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  1. All businesses, organizations, services, and organized gatherings operating during COVID-19 are required to have an operational plan in place to ensure the safety of employees, visitors, and customers. Personal gatherings do not require an operation plan.Provi...
  2. WHEN AND WHERE TO I HAVE TO WEAR A MASK?It is not mandatory to wear a non-medical mask in public indoor or outdoor spaces in PEI. However, masks are recommended in indoor public settings for all people 12 years and older who are not yet fully vaccinated or who...
  3. Due to COVID-19, temporary travel restrictions to Canada are in place. The Canadian government is also asking that residents do not travel for non-essential reasons and not permitting travel to Canada for non-essential reasons such as tourism, recreation or en...
  4. PEI is currently using the five-step 'Moving Forward' plan to govern public health measures for summer/fall 2021. The plan remains in effect until 80% of eligible Island residents are fully immunized and herd protection is achieved and the threat posed by COVI...
  5. PEI residents who have not received a COVID-19 vaccine, or have not had a vaccine at least 21 days prior to travel, but are required to travel to other provinces may be exempt from an 8 day isolation if certain conditions are met.The travel must be within the ...
  6. Recreational travel to and from PEI has resumed. Travel regulations are based on the traveller's residence location and vaccination status. The below applies to travellers coming to PEI and PEI residents who travel within the listed regions.ATLANTIC CANADA AND...
  7. A travel pass that verifies that individuals have been fully or partially vaccinated and confirms that isolation is not required on arrival in PEI. The pass expedites screening at point of entry to PEI and is valid for multiple visits. If approved for a pass, ...
  8. Quebec residents are allowed to drive through PEI to get to and from the Magdalen Islands. Certain Public Health orders must be followed while in PEI. These include: Entry to PEI not permitted more than 24 hours before departure time of ferry to the Magdalen I...
  9. The following Community Care facilities visitation allowances will be dependent on resident vaccination rates being maintained equal to or greater than 85%. Facilities are responsible for monitoring and ensuring vaccination rates among residents are at target ...