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How the corona virus is affecting our deliveries

Information is provided here about how deliveries are being affected by the ongoing spread of the corona virus. This page is regularly updated, based on the information available at the time of publishing.

Letters and parcels to other countries

A number of countries have opened their borders to passenger traffic, but there are still restrictions in transport capacity throughout the world. This may lead to problems in transporting parcels and letters. In many countries there is also a shortage of transports within the country. A higher rate of staff on sick leave can also cause delays. Please note that this can lead to letters and parcels being delivered later than usual, even though they left Sweden on time.  

Different services are also effected differently, and may vary from different countries. At the moment it may be difficult to send something by PostNord MyPack Collect to Italy and Austria, due to close down of many servicepoints. International parcels with home delivery can still be sent. This may change on a short notice and PostNord will share the information when we have it.

PostNord can at present NOT accept mail consignments for transportation to these countries

Afghanistan (due to the situation in the country, not corona)
Saint Barthelemy
Saint Martin (French part)
Saint Pierre and Miquelon

In many cases, the transport of letters and parcels may take longer than normal. You are also advised to check with the recipient before sending your consignment, to ensure that someone is actually there to receive deliveries. Many businesses may be closed due to restrictions.

From March 16, consignments destined for other countries that are handed in or posted will be stored at PostNord until it is possible to transport them.

There may also of course be delays from all countries, depending on which restrictions each individual country has introduced.