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British Embassy to host virtual coronavirus Q&A session for UK nationals

British Embassy to host virtual coronavirus Q&A session for UK nationals
  • Embassy and consulate staff will answer questions on the broad range of possible implications of the pandemic tomorrow, from 1 to 5pm

The British Embassy in Spain will host a virtual Q&A session on Facebook this Wednesday, 22 April, from 1 to 5pm to answer any concerns UK foreign residents have about the current coronavirus pandemic or how this impacts on the actions they need to take during the Brexit transition period.

As embassy and consulate staff must now work from home, it is not possible to run the usual type of Facebook Live Q&A session. Instead, a post inviting questions will be published on the Brits in Spain Facebook page at 1pm and staff will endeavour to answer as many as possible until 5pm.

This session is aimed at UK nationals resident in Spain who have questions about the implications of the current crisis on residency or access to healthcare, for example. General questions about the restrictions during the state of alarm will also be answered.

Once the session has closed, all of the questions and comments will be reviewed to determine what is concerning UK nationals most. Over the course of the following week (by 30 April), a series of short videos on key topics and a Q&A document will be published.

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