Passport Office now serving only 100 persons daily
as part of COVID-19 measures
The Central Immigration and Passport Office announced a reduction in the number of persons it intends to process daily at its Camp Street, Georgetown Office.
Commencing April 12, 2021 only 100 persons will be assisted daily as part of efforts to curtail the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Police Headquarters, in a statement, said the new measure came into effect on Monday at each of the offices located in Camp Street, Georgetown; New Amsterdam, Berbice; Linden, Springlands, Berbice; Anna Regina, Essequibo Coast; Parika, East Bank Essequibo; Lethem and Bartica.
As per the measure, the GPF advisory outlined that 50 persons will be processed starting at 07:00hrs while at 11:30hrs, the process will continue with another 50 persons.
“A number system will be in effect,” the statement noted.
“Members of the public are reminded that the Immigration and Passport services have been decentralized for greater efficiency and quality service and are urged to utilise the specific office where practicable,” the stated added.