Travel and Entry to PEI
- As of April 28, 2022, there is no longer any voluntary COVID-19 testing or screening at the PEI points of entry, and rapid antigen screening tests will no longer be distributed to people entering PEI via the bridge or Charlottetown airport.
- When deciding whether to travel/participate in activities, it is important to assess one’s own risk, including personal vaccine status and that of others, personal health status and that of others, and the risk of serious outcomes from COVID-19 to yourself and others, and also consider the type of activity.
- Anyone who travels internationally is subject to applicable federal quarantine and testing requirements.
- Travellers may still be required to provide proof of vaccination on airplanes, trains, marine vessels or other conveyances by the federal government or private businesses. You are responsible for confirming your eligibility to travel with the transportation service provider prior to travel. For information about the Government of Canada’s vaccination requirements in the transportation sector, see https://travel.gc.ca/travel-covid.
- Individuals vaccinated in PEI who require a record of their COVID-19 vaccination for travel or other reasons can access their proof of vaccination here.
- If you are planning travel to PEI and have been identified as a close contact of a positive case in another province in the past 10 days, follow measures for close contacts in PEI.
- If you have tested positive for COVID-19 prior to travel to PEI, you are advised to stay home if you are feeling unwell to prevent the spread of COVID-19, before travelling to PEI.
- Please note, transportation service providers may have restrictions on individuals who have tested positive/experiencing symptoms and who may be in isolation travelling via their services.
- If you have travelled internationally, check federal measures before returning to the country
December 1, 2022