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Outbreaks in long-term care and community care facilities

Data as of May 17, 2022, Cases Among Residents , Facility, Total number of cases among residents, Total number of active cases among residents, Gillis Lodge 41 <5 Miscouche Villa Community Care 9 <5 The Mews Community Care 11 <5 Tignish Seniors Home Community Care 22 22 Wedgewood Manor 48...

COVID-19 Testing and Case Data

COVID-19 Update Tuesday, May 17, 2022, 22 individuals in hospital with COVID-19 Six admitted due to COVID-19, including 0 person(s) in the Intensive Care Unit 16 admitted for other reasons and were COVID-19 positive on or after admission One new COVID-19-related death: An individual between the...
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COVID-19 Testing in PEI

If you experience any symptoms of COVID-19, get tested at a testing clinic and self-isolate until the results come back. Self Assessment Tool for COVID-19, Where to get tested?, Drop-in Clinics, Borden-Carleton, 20 Dickie Road:,   , CLOSED as of May 16, *additional hours added to schedule at Slemon...
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COVID-19 Inquiries

General Inquiries, For HEALTH questions, about COVID-19, call 1-800-958-6400 Call 1-833-533-9333 to: Learn about supports in place to deal with the impact of COVID-19 Schedule a test Get test results Learn about social supports, business supports and mental health and addiction services Call 1-844-...

Employees: COVID-19 FAQ

COVID-19 has impacted the lives of many Islanders, including those in the workforce. The situation is rapidly evolving as information on supports becomes available. Check back to this page for frequent updates., Frequently Asked Questions for Workers, NOTE for unionized workers:, If the workplace...
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Getting the COVID-19 Vaccine

COVID-19 Immunization clinics are located in communities across Prince Edward Island. Everyone 5 years of age and older is eligible to get vaccinated against COVID-19 (primary series). Individuals should get their second dose in the primary series 8 weeks after receiving their first dose. A first...
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Questions about Booster Doses

Why are booster doses of the COVID-19 vaccine needed?, Canada’s National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) has released guidance on booster COVID-19 vaccine doses in Canada with the following objectives: minimize serious illness and death, to preserve health care capacity, and reduce...
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Back-to-School Guidance FAQ

The following questions and answers are intended to help address some of the questions parents and students may have about the remainder of the school year. The Department of Education and Lifelong Learning, Public School Branch and French Language School Board encourage parents and caregivers to...
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Moving On - Transition Plan to Living with COVID-19

Prince Edward Island is moving forward with a step-by-step plan to ease public health measures over the co Moving On - Transition Plan to Living with COVID-19 plan cover ming weeks and months as we transition out of a public health state of emergency and learn to live with COVID-19. This plan was...

CPHO COVID-19 Prevention and Self-Isolation Order effective May 6 2022

IN THE MATTER OF the Public Health Act, RSPEI1988, Cap. P-30.1 (the "Act") COVID-19 PREVENTION AND SELF-ISOLATION ORDER TO: All persons residing in or present in Prince Edward Island; and All businesses, services and organizations operating...