British media outlets such as the “Guardian” and “Mirror” are informing us of the decision of one of the largest courier companies in the world.

A spokesperson for DHL announced Monday that parcel shipments to the UK and Ireland will be suspended until further notice. It relates to both private and commercial shipments, which are transported by road.

Customers can use DHL Express’s Time Definite International (TDI) air service, as current restrictions do not apply to cargo flights.

This is important information as the supply chain for goods is intermittent. Until now, the restrictions have primarily concerned the movement of people between individual countries.

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He reassured the Prime Minister of Great Britain on Monday afternoon that the UK would definitely not run out of food and deliveries would be suspended to a very small extent.


However, DHL made an exception. They are letters and postcards. It will continue to be delivered smoothly to the recipients in the UK.

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