- Protect yourself and others
- Island life during COVID-19
- COVID-19 Vaccines
- Workers and business
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a tremendous impact on the lives of Islanders. However, with vaccination rates rising in PEI and across the country public health measures are being adapted in a cautious and measured manner.
- Masks are recommended in indoor public spaces for those who are not yet fully vaccinated
- Personal gatherings - up to 50 people indoors and outdoors
- Weddings and funerals - maximum of 200 people outdoors or 100 people indoorsDancing is permitted at weddings, within cohorts.
- Restaurants - no restricted table numbers at restaurants; no restricted closing time for in-person consumption of food and beverage.
- Long-term care and community care measures are easing.
- Travelers from within the Atlantic provinces, who are fully or partially vaccinated, are be able to visit PEI with a PEI Pass. Individuals with a PEI Pass do not need to self-isolate or complete routine testing.
- Travelers from within the Atlantic provinces, who are unvaccinated, are required to complete a Self-isolation Declaration form. Unvaccinated travelers must complete a shortened isolation, with testing.
- Travelers from outside the Atlantic provinces, who are fully vaccinated, are able to visit PEI with a PEI Pass. Individuals with a PEI Pass do not need to self-isolate, with testing on entry to PEI.
- Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated travelers from outside the Atlantic provinces are required to complete a Self-isolation Declaration form. Unvaccinated and partially vaccinated travelers from outside the Atlantic provinces must complete a shortened isolation, with testing.
- Effective August 9, fully vaccinated visitors from the US are not required to self-isolate, with a PEI Pass.
Island residents who are 12 years and older can book their first and/or second dose appointments online at a COVID-19 Immunization Clinic.
If your first dose was at a pharmacy, the pharmacy will contact you to book your second dose appointment.
Parents/legal guardians of youth age 12-15 who received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine in school will automatically be contacted about their child’s second dose appointment.