Renew PEI Together Chart of Phases

The following chart outlines the phased approach to renewing some activities and services in PEI while we continue to manage the risk related to COVID-19. The phases illustrated build on one another and are subject to change as the situation continues to evolve. It is essential that everyone follow public guidance for each phase.

  Current Phase 1 
May 1
Phase 2
May 22
Phase 3
June 1
Phase 4 June 26 Looking Ahead
Border screening & self-isolation Traveler screening in place at points of entry to PEI and self-isolation requirements Traveler screening in place at points of entry to PEI and self-isolation requirements Traveler screening in place at points of entry to PEI and self-isolation requirements Traveler screening in place at points of entry to PEI and self-isolation requirements

Traveler screening in place at point-of-entry to PEI and self-isolation

 

Further relaxation of measures as situation permits
Gatherings  Stay home as much as possible and only essential interactions Limited outdoor and indoor gatherings while physical distancing and limited physical contact Limited outdoor and indoor gatherings while physical distancing and limited physical contact. Slightly larger indoor and outdoor gatherings; including religious gatherings, while social distancing. Larger organized gatherings while physical distancing
Recreation Interaction between
members of a household only
Non-contact outdoor and indoor recreational activities Non-contact outdoor and indoor recreational activities Organized recreational activities, recreational facilities and services, public spaces Larger organized gatherings for sports and recreation, while physical distancing 
Business and NGOs Focus on essential services serving the
public; non-essential services able to operate
by phone, virtual services, delivery or pick-up
Select outdoor and construction services Retail businesses and select indoor services Additional personal services,
indoor dining and accommodations

Accommodations open to non-PEI residents (RV park, B&B, campground, hospitality homes)

VLTs may open

More personal services:
- facials;
- threading;
- mouth or nose piercings;
- teeth whitening, etc.

Child care  Child care for essential service workers Child care for essential service workers Unlicensed and licensed child care centres Unlicensed and licensed child care centres Unlicensed and licensed child care centres
Health care Essential services only Priority non-urgent health care services Additional non-urgent health care services Continued transition to increased non-urgent health services All non-urgent health care services permitted; continued transition to delivery of non-urgent healthcare services with COVID-19 surge capacity maintained and monitoring of PPE supplies and use
Public services Essential services only Priority public services Additional public services Further public services Delivery of public services
Education Home-based learning Home-based learning options, with some limited activities Home-based learning options, with some limited activities Home-based learning options, with some limited activities Planning for fall 2020
Long-term care Visitor restrictions in place Visitor restrictions in place Visitor restrictions in place Limited visitations allowed Limited visitation allowed

 

 
Published date: 
June 19, 2020
Health and Wellness

General Inquiries

Department of Health and Wellness
4th Floor North, Shaw Building
105 Rochford Street
Charlottetown, PE   C1A 7N8

Phone: 902-368-6414
Fax: 902-368-4121

DeptHW@gov.pe.ca