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Due To COVID-19 Outbreak, The Belize High Commission Will Not Be Accepting Appointments Nor Visitors Until Further Notice
In the context of the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, the Belize High Commission, with guidance from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Belize and the World Health Organisation, hereby informs that as of 11 March 2020 it will not be accepting any appointments or visitors until further notice.
The Belize High Commission will continue to carry out its normal functions behind closed doors. Therefore, all Consular Matter queries can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Other queries can be emailed to email@example.com
Message from the Prime Minister of Belize
Rt. Hon. Dean O. Barrow
Dear Friends of Belize,
It is a privilege to welcome you to Belize. Each year more and more visitors from across the globe visit our beautiful country.
Visitors to Belize have a choice of three destinations in one: magnificent beaches and teeming reefs of the Caribbean, lush tropical rain forests of Central America, and the breath-taking temples of the Mundo Maya.
These remarkable and unique attributes combine to make Belize irresistibly inviting. To complement these attractions, we are a people who love to share our country with visitors.The rich cultural diversity of Maya, Garifuna, Creole, Mestizo, Asian, Middle Eastern, European – a polyglot people of many ethnic roots but Belizeans all – welcomes you.
And on that note, I wish to thank those in the tourism community who work diligently, in season and out, to make Belize the leading destination it is. On behalf of the Government of Belize, I commend and thank the Belize Tourism Industry Association for its first work and achievements for Belize.
Rt. Hon Dean O. Barrow
Prime Minister and Minister Of Finance; Natural Resources
If you are a Belizean who has been unable to return home to Belize due to the closure of our borders as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, you will now be able to do [...]