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PEI Self-Isolation Declaration

The Self-Isolation Declaration form is for people who are not eligible for the PEI Pass and are required to self-isolate upon arrival/return to PEI, with testing. A new form must be submitted each time you enter/return to PEI.  

You must follow the self-isolation requirements in place at the time of arrival to the province.  Please visit COVID-19 Self-Isolation to learn more about the current isolation requirements before completing the declaration.

Who should complete this form?

Both PEI residents and non-PEI residents:

  • If you are not fully vaccinated (e.g. two doses of a vaccine approved for use in Canada plus 14 days)

The declaration form can be completed by an individual isolating on their own or one household travelling and isolating together.

Are children required to complete the form?

Children less than 12 years of age who are travelling with their unvaccinated or partially vaccinated parents will isolate with their families and are included in the family’s declaration.

Children less than 12 years of age who are travelling with their fully vaccinated parents, who have a PEI Pass and are not required to self-isolate upon arrival to PEI, do not need to isolate, or complete a declaration.

If children less than 12 years of age are travelling with both fully vaccinated and partially/unvaccinated individuals, see updated isolation requirements under “what does it mean to self-isolate?”

International Travel:  A PEI Self-Isolation Declaration does not grant you access into Canada. Before making plans to travel to PEI, you should first find out if you are eligible to enter Canada and review the COVID-19 vaccinated travellers entering Canada web page. If you are eligible to enter Canada, work your way through every step in your checklist to understand how to plan and prepare. Each step has specific requirements and exemptions that will follow through to later stages of your travel. Those returning from international travel must follow federal quarantine requirements.

Self-isolation exemptions

Non-PEI residents who are not eligible for a PEI Pass and seeking self-isolation exemptions for compassionate or work purposes should also complete this form, including for:

When the form asks “Are you seeking a self-isolation exemption while in PEI? (e.g. to work, visit someone at end of life, etc.)”, select “yes” and identify which of these categories apply to you. See also the section below on information required to submit the form.

PEI residents who are not eligible for a PEI Pass and seeking self-isolation exemptions, you do NOT need to complete this form if you are:

What information is required to complete the form?

  • Names of all who will be traveling and isolating together
  • Anticipated travel information (point of entry and arrival date)
  • Name and contact information for your support person during isolation
  • Isolation location (unless you are a non-resident entering for same day travel, e.g. to pick up or drop off an item or person)

Non-PEI residents seeking a self-isolation exemption for compassionate or work purposes may be asked additional information, including

Non-PEI resident students must provide proof of enrollment letter at PEI institution.

After you submit your PEI Self-Isolation Declaration and it is processed, you will receive a letter by email. Bring this letter with you to the PEI point of entry, along with your government issued photo identification.

Government issued photo identification

  • Acceptable government issued photo identification includes license, or voluntary ID that matches the application from the province of residence.
  • Accepted proof of permanent residency for a minor aged 12-17 is a government issued ID containing their home address or for their home province such as a license, passport, birth certificate, or provincial health card.
  • You will be required to show this at the PEI point of entry.

Uploading Documents

Some individuals will be required to upload supporting documents within this online form, as outlined above.

  • When uploading documents you should cover/hide personal information other than names, address and date/s.
  • You may need to reduce the file, specifically if you are uploading photos of your documents. See Resizing Photos for Online Forms or search online for information about your specific device.
  • If you are experiencing issues with the online form, some helpful tips are here.
You should wait to travel to PEI until you receive your letter from Justice and Public Safety. If you travel to PEI before receiving your letter, expect delays at the point of entry and be aware that you may be denied entry to the province.
Cover or hide any personal information on your documentation that is not relevant for your application.

Get more information on what to expect at the PEI point of entry, including testing requirements.

Health and Wellness

General Inquiries

Department of Health and Wellness
4th Floor North, Shaw Building
105 Rochford Street
Charlottetown, PE   C1A 7N8

Phone: 902-368-6414
Fax: 902-368-4121