In a release signed on June 19, 2020, the High Commissioner for the Republic of Cameroon in Canada Anu’a-Gheyle Solomon Azoh-Mbi, informs the Cameroonian community about the resumption, as of June 22, of the issuance of visas and laissez-passer.
According to the release, the issuance of these documents is free of charge for those who “already had them but were unable to travel because of the closure of borders” decided by the government on March 17, to fight against the spread of the coronavirus.
In addition to the documents usually required, users should submit a negative covid-19 test “that is less than three days old.”
For all these consular services, users are invited to send their request via postal means only. Although "the High Commission is gradually resuming its normal operations," it remains closed to the public.
For passport renewals, they remain temporarily suspended but the High Commissioner invites users to regularly visit the diplomatic post’s website for updates.
A few days ago, thanks to a government waiver, Air France resumed its commercial flights to Cameroon. At the Ministry of Transport, rumours claim that other airlines have made requests in this regard.