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COVID-19 Forces US Embassy In Ghana To Postpone Scheduled Visa Appointments

The United States (US) Embassy in Ghana has announced a postponement of some visa appointments due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

This is to curb the spread of the virus following the spike in Coronavirus cases in the country.

A notice shared on the Embassy’s official Twitter handle and sighted by on Monday, February 8, 2021, said, any inconvenience caused to visa applicants is deeply regretted.

“The ongoing pandemic and current conditions in Ghana have compelled the postponement of some scheduled visa appointments,” the notice reads.

“U.S. Embassy Accra regrets the difficulties that the change in appointment date brings, and we understand the hardship that these actions have for those hoping to travel soon to the United States.”

Ghana’s Coronavirus situation seemed to have improved towards the end of 2020 but there’s been a spike in cases in recent weeks.

Currently, Ghana has recorded 795 new cases, 6,707 active cases with 72,328 confirmed cases and 472 death toll.

So far, a total number of 65,149 have recovered and been discharged.

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