This document outlines the Disaster Financial Assistance Program provides emergency, non-repayable financial assistance to PEI residents, small business, from the commercial, agriculture and aquaculture/fisheries sectors, and not-for-profit organizations for uninsurable loss and damage caused by significant events deemed eligible under the federal government's program.
The purpose of the Influenza Immunization Policy is to provide provincial direction to Health PEI immunizers and immunizers in the community who deliver PEI’s publicly funded influenza vaccine to Islanders with the goal of reducing the incidence and impact of influenza in the province.
This template outlines the general COVID-19 specific policies and procedures that businesses and services must have in place to operate under the updated Public Health Order of May 1, 2020. Each phase of Renew PEI Together includes a further relaxation of restrictions for business allowed to operate, but still includes the same general principles outlined in this template.
You do not need to submit the operational plan to the Chief Public Health Office before reopening; unless it involves an indoor or outdoor gathering with more than 50 people in total, in which case the plan must be submitted to email@example.com and receive pre-approval. See Guidance on Multiple Gatherings).
A copy of the operational plan must be readily available during inspections by a government official.
This report provides the overall trends of cancer in PEI.
A summary report on cancer trends in Prince Edward Island from 1982-2016.
A phased approach to relaxing COVID-19 public health restrictions.
Prepared by the Chief Public Health Office to assess COVID-19 outcomes in Prince Edward Island using model-based projections under different public health intervention scenarios. A Summary of Methods begins at page 17 in the attached report.