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Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

Due to ongoing concerns related to the spread of COVID-19, preventative measures have been enacted throughout our global network of offices. Consular services remain available to Canadians. Many Government of Canada offices are encouraging clients to limit in-person visits. Canadians in need of assistance should contact the Government of Canada office nearest them by phone or e-mail before visiting in person. You can also contact the Emergency Watch and Response Centre.

For information on COVID-19, please visit the Government of Canada's official outbreak page and check our Travel Advice and Advisories. Make sure to register with the Registration of Canadians Abroad to get the latest updates at your destination.

 

Representing Canada in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and the Macao Special Administrative Region

Message to clients

The Consulate General continues to provide full consular services to Canadians. We are also observing the Hong Kong public health authority’s recommendations for social distancing to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus. 

As of March 16, 2020, in person passport and citizenship application services are only available by appointment. If appointments are not available for the date required, applications can be mailed in or dropped off at: 

Consulate General of Canada in Hong Kong

9th floor, Berkshire House, 25 Westlands Road
Quarry Bay, Hong Kong 

Consular staff will contact clients by telephone or email to confirm receipt, or to advise of further actions required. 

Emergency Consular Services continue to be available to Canadians by contacting sos@international.gc.ca and +1 613 996 8885 (call collect where available). During regular business hours, you may also call +852 2867 7348. 

Appointments can be made through our Online System.

Canada’s relations with Hong Kong include longstanding and comprehensive political, commercial, and people-to-people ties. In addition to deep-rooted historical ties, Canada and Hong Kong share common values, among them respect for the rule of law, human rights and individual freedoms.

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    Travel Advice and Advisories

    Please consult the Travel Advice and Advisories page for Hong Kong and Macao.


 

 

 

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Date Modified:
2020-03-27