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Ghana suspends consular services in UK, Ireland

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Ghana’s High Commission in the United Kingdom and Ireland, has temporarily put on hold, the issuance of visas to applicants.

The directive, which took effect on Wednesday, March 18, 2020, is due to the rapid spread of the deadly coronavirus across the world.

Ghana had earlier announced the closure of embassies in Italy and Spain where the virus has claimed about 3,000 lives in the two countries alone.

A notice announcing the decision, directed inquiries to the High Commission through its official email account; mychancery@ghanahighcommissionuk.com.

See the notice below:

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