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  1. 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. ...
  2. COVID-19: Back to School PlanProvided by: Government of Prince Edward Island - Department of Education and Lifelong Learning - AKA: Formerly Department of Education, Early Learning and Culture
    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...
  3. Helps connect parents who are separated or divorced with government and community programs to help them address co-parenting challenges they are facing due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  4. WHEN AND WHERE TO I HAVE TO WEAR A MASK?From November 17, 2020 to February 21, 2021 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 ...
  5. Due to COVID-19, temporary travel restrictions to Canada are in place.Several factors determine a person's permission to enter Canada but the final decision is made by a border services officer at the port of entry.All travellers 5 years and older must provide...
  6. 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...
  7. 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...
  8. 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 was to an Atla...
  9. While the Atlantic Bubble is suspended, there are some exceptions to having to self-isolate for 14 days if travelling within Atlantic Canada. The exceptions include: Medical or dental appointments Activities involving very brief, physically distant interaction...