Until more people are fully immunized, it is recommended not to travel outside of PEI unless you are fully vaccinated; if you do travel, please follow the public health measures and take steps to protect yourself and others.

Information for visitors to Prince Edward Island and Island residents returning home


PEI Pass

Apply now for a PEI Pass

  • PEI Pass verifies you are fully vaccinated (travelling from outside Atlantic Canada) or partially vaccinated (travelling from inside Atlantic Canada)
  • Provided you meet the conditions of the PEI Pass upon entry, you are not required to self-isolate when you visit or return to PEI
  • A separate application is required for each vaccinated person aged 12 and over
  • Parents/guardians must complete application for children under 18 who are traveling with them, no pass is needed for children under 12
  • PEI Pass can be used multiple times

Travel from within Atlantic Canada and Magdalen Islands

Vaccinated with one dose minimum 21 days prior to travel

  • With PEI Pass
  • Not required to self-isolate

Unvaccinated


Travel from outside of the Atlantic provinces

Vaccinated with two doses of COVID-19 vaccine

  • PEI Pass required
  • Not required to self-isolate
  • Tested upon entry

Unvaccinated or one dose of COVID-19 vaccine


Travel from the United States

Travelers from the U.S., who are fully vaccinated with Canadian-authorized COVID-19 vaccines and granted permission to enter Canada by the federal government on or after August 9, 2021, are eligible to apply for a PEI Pass, which verifies that you are fully vaccinated and can visit PEI without isolating. U.S. travelers will be tested upon entry to PEI.


Estimated timeline mid-October, 2021

Based on a low level of disease and controlled transmission within PEI, Atlantic provinces, and Canada, as well as high level of full vaccination among eligible PEI residents.

  • Some isolation and testing measures may still be recommended for unvaccinated and/or partially vaccinated travellers
  • International travel will be dependent on federal measures
  • No screening at PEI borders