Is UK Embassy Working?



The United Kingdom (UK), formed by England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland, is one of the countries that have suffered a great loss from coronavirus.

There are about 123 Foreign Embassies and 154 Consulates placed in the territory of the United Kingdom. United Kingdom itself in total counts near 84 Embassies and 49 Consulates spread all over the world.

The United Kingdom at this current time has not issued instructions for the closure of her embassies abroad and this only goes a long way to suggest that, UK’s embassies are still operational.

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However, there is actually a change in the activities of the embassies across the globe when it comes to the issuance of visas.

Visas are only granted but not limited to the following category of people;

  1. Citizens of the United Kingdom
  2. Travel and aviation workers
  3. Students with proper doucmentation
  4. Emergency and essential service officers

From May 17, the rules for people arriving in England from abroad would depend on where you are from.

What you need to do depends on where you have been in the 10 days before you arrive. The on which you country is listed determined what you have to do:

  • Green list – you must take a COVID-19 test on day 2
  • Amber list – you must quarantine in the place you’re staying and take 2 COVID-19 tests
  • Red list – you must quarantine in a hotel and take 2 COVID-19 tests

Is UK Embassy Working in Ghana?

The UK has a British High Commission in Ghana to maintain and develop relations between the UK and Ghana. The British High Commission in Ghana is currently working but limited to the category of people listed.

Is UK Embassy in Nigeria Working?

UK’s British High Commission in Nigeria which is situated in Abuja is very operation as of now, except that its activities are limited for same purposes across the globe.


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Akesse Sanza

Akesse Sanza is a Ghanaian Travel Blogger, Travel and Tourism Consultant, and Anti-human Trafficking And Safe Migration advocate. Akesse loves everything Travel & Tourism and aims to see every single country in the world.


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