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Chief Public Health Officer, Dr. Heather Morrison, announced that Prince Edward Island will be ending the mandate for students and staff to wear masks in early learning and child care centers, K-12 public and private schools and on school buses on May 24, 2022. “The number of cases of COVID-19 in...
Wearing a mask in the community is a measure to protect you and those around you, even if you don’t have symptoms. As of May 24, 2022, masks are no longer required in early learning and child care centers, and for students and staff in K-12 when they are on buses and when not seated in class. It is...
PEI is in Step 3 of the Moving On Transition Plan to Living with COVID-19 . COVID-19 will remain with us for the foreseeable future. Moving to Step 3 of the Moving On plan does not mean the pandemic is over but does signal that we are changing and adapting how we live with this virus. The province...
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...
As of May 24th, 2022, there will no longer be a legal requirement for masks to be worn in early learning child care centers. Staff and families should be supported in any decisions to continue to wear masks. Children and staff are no longer required to conduct regular rapid antigen tests prior to...
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...