The following Travel Measures will be in effect until at least June 1, 2021 and apply to everyone traveling to PEI. All interprovincial travel should be avoided at this time.
Post circuit breaker measures are in place until further notice. The measures will be reassessed throughout.
Prince Edward Island has temporarily suspended its participation in the Atlantic Travel Bubble to curb the spread of COVID-19.
PEI residents do not need pre-approval to return to PEI, but will need to register a self-isolation plan.
PEI residents seeking to work outside of the home during their 14 day self-isolation period may apply to work-isolate and those travelling frequently for work can register as a rotational worker; see also Travelling Workers
PEI residents travelling within Atlantic Canada for some types of same-day travel are not required to self-isolate, subject to some restrictions.
- Non-residents must apply in advance to travel to PEI and should not make travel plans before receiving pre-travel approval. Proof of approval is required at a PEI border.
A supervised Borden Exchange Area is available to PEI residents and individuals from other provinces entering PEI via the Confederation Bridge for exchange of:
goods or animal companions
individuals (picking up or dropping off people)
- Residents of Atlantic provinces (PEI, NB, NS,NL) should check for any current rules and restrictions within the Atlantic travel bubble.
Monitor for COVID-19 symptoms
Get tested if symptoms develop
Check out the possible exposure locations in the Maritime provinces
Download the COVID Alert app from the Apple Store or Google Play to protect yourself and others
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