If you placed any international orders for online packages recently, don’t expect it to come anytime soon.
As we enter the second phase of MCO, authorities have made stricter enforcement laws to monitor what goes in and out of households during this precarious time. Hence to comply with the necessary measures, Pos Malaysia has announced that it will temporarily stop delivery for international mail and parcel.
In their Facebook page, Pos Malaysia said:
“International mail and parcel services are suspended temporarily due to service disruptions to all destination countries except China, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore and United Kingdom starting 30th March 2020 until further notice.”
According to Pos Malaysia, the reason behind their suspension of services is due to the growing pandemic that has caused flight cancellations, airport closures and the enforcement of preventive measures from destination countries that are acting to curb the spread of Covid-19.
But don’t worry! It doesn’t mean you can’t send deliveries at all. Pos Malaysia assured its customers that their Express Mail Service (EMS) will still be available and partners will still transport items to all destinations except for the listed countries below:
Sit tight guys, it’s going to be a long wait. Stay safe and stay tuned for more updates!
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