The province has announced changes to its policy for the reopening of schools, including the mandatory wearing of masks on buses and in some other situations.
In another new development on Friday, applications are now open for family members of seasonal residents to visit the Island.
A P.E.I. woman with asthma is asking stores and other public spaces to consider using unscented cleaners, because scented cleaners can trigger attacks.
A new survey released by Statistics Canada is suggesting that the pandemic has had a worse impact for those living with disabilities and long-term conditions.
Some hotel operators on P.E.I. are reporting a nearly 80 per cent drop in business this summer due to COVID-19.
The UPEI Student Union says post-secondary students will face financial issues if the federal government does not extend its suspension of the payment of student loan debt and interest.
The number of reports to child protection services on P.E.I. is rising, despite reports not being available from regular sources such as teachers and coaches.
Holland College students will soon be back in class, and school officials are confident changes they have made will keep them safe.
P.E.I. National Park says visitation this year is half what it was last year.
P.E.I. has confirmed a total of 44 cases of COVID-19 since the pandemic began, with no deaths or hospitalizations. Forty-one of those cases are considered to be recovered.
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