COVID-19 on P.E.I.: What's happening Wednesday, Dec. 2
P.E.I. adds more staff to schools to help manage COVID-19 measures
Several P.E.I. appliance stores are dealing with a shortage of products to sell because COVID-19 is affecting the manufacturers of fridges, stoves, washers and dryers.
P.E.I. is adding 55 new front-line positions to schools across the province to support students and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A program where Islanders share their Christmas traditions with newcomers has moved online.
The collapse of the Atlantic bubble has left some Nova Scotia university students in a tough spot ahead of their end-of-semester exams and holiday break.
Wednesday night's Santa Claus tour in Charlottetown was postponed to Sunday.
Holiday shoppers are receiving their own gift from the City of Charlottetown this December: free parking downtown.
The lack of activity at Charlottetown Airport is "surreal," the CEO says.
P.E.I. has seen a total of 72 cases, with no deaths and no hospitalizations.
Seventeen new cases of COVID-19 were identified in Nova Scotia on Wednesday, bringing its number of active cases to 127.
In New Brunswick, six new cases were reported, bringing the total number of active cases in the province to 119.
Also in the news
- Santa Claus has been pre-approved for travel to P.E.I. Christmas Eve.
- The provincial government is concerned nurses hired away from Health PEI by Veterans Affairs Canada might be needed during a second wave of COVID-19.
- P.E.I.'s Chief Public Health Office still doesn't know how a high school student diagnosed with COVID-19 on the weekend caught the disease.
- Here is information for living with the COVID-19 pandemic on P.E.I. — including information on government relief programs, physical distancing measures and essential health services.
- Here is a look at how coronavirus is spreading across Canada.