A proposal by New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs to extend the Atlantic bubble to include part of Quebec is getting a cool response from his Atlantic colleagues, including P.E.I. Premier Dennis King.
P.E.I. will not even begin to think seriously about expanding beyond the Atlantic bubble before August, says Premier Dennis King.
Whisperwood Villa is now easing lockdown restrictions after the second round of COVID-19 test results for residents, staff and visitors came back negative.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created a boom in the sale of chicks and hens for rent this summer as people want more of a hand in producing their own food.
P.E.I. company BioVectra has recalled a hand sanitizer it produced after Health Canada expressed concerns it may cause a mild rash.
Health PEI has set up a mobile COVID-19 testing clinic at Stonepark Intermediate School to go along with the testing site at the Eastlink Centre.
The province said the clinic was set up to support increased testing related to Queen Elizabeth Hospital staff and other related contacts.
At a briefing Wednesday morning, P.E.I. Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Heather Morrison said all tests have come back negative so far in connection with a cluster of COVID-19 cases at the QEH.
None of the news could be called good, but a Statistics Canada report shows P.E.I. businesses have performed relatively well in some respects during the pandemic, and relatively poorly in others.
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