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COVID-19 on P.E.I.: What's happening Friday, Aug. 14

Individual school plans for the Public Schools Branch are available online now and the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League plans to return to action Oct. 1.

P.E.I. ballroom being used for court

The Charlottetown Islanders and the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League are looking to start next season on Oct. 1. (Charlottetown Islanders/Facebook)

All 56 individual school plans that fall under the P.E.I. Public Schools Branch are now available online as students prepare to return to the classroom on Sept. 8. 

The Quebec Major Junior Hockey League announced Friday it is planning to return to play on Oct. 1.

An Island ballroom has been transformed into a courtroom for the Supreme Court of P.E.I. due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Many P.E.I. manufacturers recorded a big drop in sales in June, after holding steady in May.

The majority of Atlantic Canadians oppose opening up the region to the rest of the country within the next month and dropping the 14-day quarantine for incoming travellers, according to a new survey.

Tuna fishing charters out of North Lake have been virtually shut down by the pandemic.

In an event delayed by the pandemic, Tyne Valley is rallying votes to be Kraft Hockeyville for 2020. (John Robertson/CBC)

P.E.I. public health officials are asking anyone who was on Air Canada Flight AC8360 on July 30 to call 811 if they develop symptoms similar to those of COVID-19. 

Five essential workers who were travelling from Toronto to Charlottetown on the Thursday evening flight have since tested positive for coronavirus. 

The community of Tyne Valley is rallying for Kraft Hockeyville votes amid pandemic restrictions.

A local Parkinson's group is running into some unforeseen obstacles in their effort to continue offering clients crucial services during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

P.E.I. has confirmed a total of 41 cases of COVID-19 since the pandemic began, with no deaths or hospitalizations. 

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