Due to precautionary measures being taken to prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) and the restrictions on international flights, the Cayman Islands Postal Service (CIPS) will suspend all international mail services from Monday, 23rd March 2020 until Monday, 13th April 2020.
The CIPS is currently processing international mail as a matter of urgency, and ask customers to clear their post office boxes of notification slips to ensure that they collect outstanding parcels or registered mail by Friday, 20th March 2020.
It is also suggested that customers delay any further internet orders from overseas vendors until air transportation to the Cayman Islands has returned to the normal level of service. The Cayman Islands Postal Service apologies for the inconvenience caused to customers.
However, the Postal Service reiterates that domestic mail will still move inter-island unless there is a further development in this regard.
Additionally, post offices will remain open to provide other counter services to the public and any changes will be communicated to the public.
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