The Ghana High Commission, London, has announced that it will begin full operations effective July 1, 2020.
This follows the announcement of the introduction of new measures by the UK Government to gradually ease the lockdown and the re-opening of nonessential retail shops as well as the hospitality industry effective June and July respectively.
With the decision to resume full operations, the High Commission says it will strictly adhere to social distancing rules as well as other protocols to minimize healths risks.
In addition to that, passport applicants whose appointments were affected by the lockdown and subsequent closure of the Mission should expect new appointment dates via email in the coming week.
“As soon as this batch of applicants have been served, new applicants will be facilitated hopefully, effective 15th July 2020. Applicants are to note that anyone who turns up at the Mission without confirmed appointment will not be served”, a statement release by the High Commission dated June 3, 2020, in part read.
The High Commission however, observed that it will operate a ” no-mask-no-entry” policy in addition to the other strict protocols to minimize health risks to clients and members of staff.