2022-04-22 16:19

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International Mail to China Temporarily Suspended From Here!

Source: OT-Team(S,J), Japan Post, Beijing News


According to Japan Post, temporary suspension of international mail to China will take effect from April 22 on, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.



The suspension covers EMS services, air and sea parcel services to China (except Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan). Letters sent to China will continue to be accepted as normal. The duration of suspension has not yet been told.




https://www.post.japanpost.jp/int/information/2022/0421_01_en.html


It was announced on the official website of Japan Post that: We continue to temporarily suspend mail service to various countries and territories because their postal operators are still not accepting inbound postal items and/or our transportation performance remains significantly reduced due to the reduction of flights from/to Japan.






China still faces pressure for transmission with Express deliveries


In January, Zhuhai, Shenzhen, and Beijing all reported infected cases related to imported goods, and subsequent investigation in many places in China had shown that confirmed cases may be infected with COVID-19 through overseas goods. Therefore, China continues to take strict measures on imported goods and international mail parcels.

Many places in the country require that the sterilized international mail parcels should be "quarantined" for 7 to 10 days, the delivery by address is changed to self-collection at the designated stations, and the recipients are asked to take a nucleic acid testing within 3-7 days after getting the parcels. Some areas require residents who receive international mail parcels, as well as purchased commodities from abroad, to report to the communities.



According to CCTV Financial Report, since March, the COVID epidemic broke out in many areas across the country, and the scope of express delivery suspensions and delays have become larger.

By the end of March, operation in more than 2,000 express delivery transfer stations had been suspended. At the same time, e-commerce platforms also experienced backlogs of orders and suspension of deliveries.
 
In just 5 days, more than 190 people were directly or indirectly related to the transmission chain of express transmission in Taiyuan City, and the epidemic also spilled over to Hohhot, Inner Mongolia.

More than half of them were asymptomatic infections, and the first case did not have close contact with any former confirmed case. The source of transmission is suspected to be related to the express packages contaminated with COVID-19 virus, according to local reports.





 



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