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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.Provincial government has provided an online template that ...
  2. The Government of Prince Edward Island has established a toll-free number for Islanders to report individuals, businesses or other organizations that they believe are not following current self-isolation or physical distancing protocols or mask use protocols. ...
  3. Provides online information about what parents and students can expect when returning to school in September 2020 during the pandemic. Includes details about: Changes to school routines Transportation Tips for easing children into a new routine Changes...
  4. Provides online information about what parents and students can expect when returning to school in September 2020 during the pandemic. Includes details about: Changes to school routines Transportation Tips for easing children into a new routine Changes...
  5. WHEN AND WHERE TO I HAVE TO WEAR A MASK?It is mandatory to wear a mask in all indoor public spaces in PEI regardless of whether an individual has COVID-19 symptoms or not. Face guards and spit shields do not replace masks.Government has defined public spaces a...
  6. Due to COVID-19, temporary travel restrictions to Canada are in place. Current COVID-19 restrictions include non-essential travel such as tourism, recreation or entertainment. Some exemptions apply. Please see website for complete list of exemptions. Website l...
  7. Due to COVID-19, temporary travel restrictions to Canada are in place.Current COVID-19 restrictions include non-essential travel such as tourism, recreation or entertainment. Some exemptions apply. Please see website for complete list of exemptions. Website li...
  8. The Chief Public Health Office's alert system helps individuals and businesses figure out what types of activities/gatherings are allowed, limited or not allowed based on the current severity of the COVID-19 situation in PEI. Detailed information about each ph...
  9. Many provincial government sites and services have a change in their public access due to COVID-19 restrictions. Service access can change based on COVID-19 alert level. Webpage contains information about whether services are available in person, by phone, app...
  10. CURRENTLY THE ATLANTIC BUBBLE IS SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICEDuring the Bubble suspension, it is recommended that people do not travel outside of PEI for non-essential reasons. A 14-day self-isolation period is required when returning to PEI, even if travel ...