P.E.I. reported one new case of COVID-19 on Monday, a person in their 40s who recently travelled outside of Atlantic Canada.
Pharmacists on Prince Edward Island are now delivering first doses of COVID-19 vaccines to Islanders 40 and over. Last week they stopped administering AstraZeneca-Oxford shots, on the direction of the province.
A CBC survey has found support for mandatory vaccinations for school staff among educators.
Some Islanders have been booking COVID-19 vaccine appointments through a bot on Twitter, but few seem to know who is behind the mysterious service.
The province announced it would be extending border restrictions for another two weeks on seasonal residents, family connections and for some moving to P.E.I.
An Island woman who was recently escorted out of a store by police is asking Islanders to be more understanding of people like her who can't wear masks.
P.E.I. has nine active cases of COVID-19. There have been 192 positive cases in total over the past 14 months, with two hospitalizations and no deaths.
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These Islanders are currently eligible for a vaccine
People over 16.
Islanders over 40 can book an appointment for a Moderna vaccine at a pharmacy.
You can find more information about how to get a vaccine here.
Reminder about symptoms
The symptoms of COVID-19 can include:
Cough or worsening of a previous cough.
Possible loss of taste and/or smell.
New or worsening fatigue.
Shortness of breath.
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