COVID-19 on P.E.I.: What's happening Wednesday, Nov. 25
1 new case of COVID-19 reported, and 3 potential exposure sites
Prince Edward Island has one new case of COVID-19 and three potential exposure sites in Charlottetown.
P.E.I.'s Department of Justice and Public Safety says it is dealing with a spike in people seeking approval to come to the Island.
This year's Victorian Christmas Market in downtown Charlottetown is being cancelled due to COVID-19.
Performances at the Confederation Centre of the Arts will look different this holiday season.
A new group on P.E.I. is helping to make sure Islanders have reusable masks, by linking up mask donors with agencies and groups in a position to receive and distribute them.
Health-care facilities are taking some extra precautions during the next two weeks while the Atlantic bubble is suspended.
As Island businesses gear up for the holidays, news of the Atlantic bubble closing has left some hoping it will be a chance to attract and retain more local customers.
There are two active COVID-19 cases in the province. P.E.I. has seen a total of 70 cases, with no deaths and no hospitalizations.
Also in the news
- Hockey leagues across the Island have had to rejig their schedules.
- A P.E.I. teen has turned his science fair project into a business building and selling bat houses after the pandemic cancelled the provincial science fair.
- P.E.I. Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Heather Morrison is urging Islanders not to travel during the upcoming Christmas holidays.
- 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.