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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic declared on March 11th, 2020 restrictions were implemented in Long Term Care and Community Care Facilities across Prince Edward Island to protect residents and staff. Vaccine coverage continues to increase in the community setting and facilities are reporting...
Effective immediately, the Licensed Child Care Centre Guidance will replace the CPHO Directive on Licensed Child Care Centres. Every early learning and child care centre in PEI must develop and follow an operational plan which details how risk of transmission of disease will be mitigated....
Guidance issued by the Chief Public Health Office on the Infection Prevention and Control of COVID-19 in Outpatient Office Environments.
Non-residents must apply in advance to travel to PEI and should not make travel plans before receiving pre-travel approval . Proof of approval is required at a PEI border. All impacted domestic travel, currently suspected for being at risk for COVID-19 will be listed here., Flights, Flight Number...
As of 27-July-2021, COVID-19 Case Data, Total cases (including recovered) 208 Negative results 174,551 Recovered Cases 208, Summary of confirmed COVID-19 cases reported in Prince Edward Island Updated 27-July 2021, Total cases = 208, Age distribution (in years), < 20 21 (10.1%) 20 to 39 124 (59....
Every person arriving on PEI at any and all points of entry shall: stop when instructed to do so answer any questions posed and provide all information requested by a peace officer, public health official, or health practitioner, including but not limited to: name, place of ordinary residence,...
As more PEI residents and visitors are vaccinated against COVID-19, we can finally look at relaxing the many public health measures that have had such impact on our lives these past months. Islanders have done an exceptional job protecting themselves, family, friends, co-workers, and others by...
This information is relevant for PEI residents who, have not received a COVID-19 vaccine, (or have not had a vaccine at least 21 days prior to travel), but are required to travel to other provinces for same-day eligible essential purposes. You may travel for eligible essential activities without...