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Measures everyone can all take to prevent transmission of COVID-19: Stay informed, be prepared and follow public health advice Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds; if not available, use a hand sanitizer that contains 60% - 80% alcohol Stay home when ill; get tested...
At any time, it may be necessary for the Chief Chief Public Health Office to change an alert level in response to the spread of the virus and other indicators., New Normal, , Public health measures during NEW NORMAL, Family and friends Keep your household’s circle small; use discretion with close...
At any time, it may be necessary for the Chief Public Health Office to change the alert level to RESTRICTED in response to the spread of the virus and other indicators., Restricted, , Restrictions and Public Health Measures, Family and friends Physical distancing with everyone outside household...
The following set of core criteria are used to guide public health decision making. Multiple indicators under each criteria are routinely monitored to inform risk levels. Core criteria are considered in combination, and along with other factors. No single indicator will be used to determine our...
The Chief Public Health Office has developed an alert level system to support planning during COVID-19. The primary goals of the pandemic response in PEI are to minimize serious illness and mortality, and reduce societal disruption in the population., There are three levels of alerts: New Normal,...
Prince Edward Island’s Chief Public Health Officer, Dr. Heather Morrison, has confirmed one new positive case of COVID-19, and announced the launch of a new COVID-19 alert system for the province. The individual is a man in his 20s. He is an Island worker (non-health care industry) who recently...
People with Symptoms, If a person develops COVID-19 symptoms while at the school, they will be isolated in a pre-determined isolation space. If a separate room is not available, they must be kept at least two metres away from others. The most common symptoms described in children include: fever/...
Childhood Immunization Coverage in PEI at Grade 1 entry, Grade 6, and Grade 9 for the 2018/2019 school year.
At any time, it may be necessary for the Chief Public Health Office to change the alert level to caution in response to the spread of the virus and other indicators., Caution, , Public health measures during CAUTION, Family and friends Physical distancing with everyone outside extended household (...