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P.E.I. records 45th death related to COVID-19

Another person with COVID-19 has died on P.E.I. in the last week, a person between the ages of 60-79.

Number of positive cases down from previous week, according to Health P.E.I. data

A rapid COVID-19 test displays a positive result.
There were a total of 621 new confirmed COVID-19 cases on P.E.I. over the last seven days. (CBC)

Another person with COVID-19 has died on P.E.I. in the last week, a person between the ages of 60-79.

It's P.E.I.'s 45th death related to COVID-19.

The number of people admitted to hospital due to COVID-19 is three. A further six were found to have the disease after being admitted.

There have been 621 new cases since the last update by Health P.E.I. on June 14, an average of 89 cases per day. That's down from an average of 99 during the previous seven days.

P.E.I. has 845 active cases.

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