Royal Mail has announced the latest update on delays and services across the UK. It shared the 19 postcodes which could possibly be hit with delays this week.
Royal Mail will regularly update customers on any delays and changes to services.
In its latest post online, the courier stated services are running as normal in most parts of the country.
A statement said: “We’re delivering and collecting mail in all parts of the UK today.
“However, deliveries may be disrupted in some areas due to resourcing issues at some of our delivery offices.”
Due to resourcing issues in some parts of the UK, customers may have to wait for their post.
The service explained it will try to deliver at least every other day, even in the worst affected parts of the country.
“We aim to deliver to all addresses we have mail for, six days a week,” the statement continued.
“If resourcing issues, associated self-isolation and safety measures prevent this, we’ll deliver at least every other day.
Royal Mail shared the four areas and 19 postcodes facing delays.
It offered an apology and explained Covid vaccination letters are still prioritised.
Royal Mail added: “We’re sorry for any inconvenience and thank you for your understanding. We’re working hard to deliver as comprehensive a service as possible with the resource available to support these offices.
“And we’re ensuring we prioritise delivery of Covid-19 vaccination letters and test kits.”