P.E.I. has confirmed two new cases of COVID-19 and one public exposure site — at the Toys R Us store on Buchanan Drive in Charlottetown.
There have been 117 confirmed cases of COVID-19 on P.E.I. since March 2020. Three remain active. There have been no deaths or hospitalizations.
The Prince Edward Island government plans to set up collaborative structures for patient care that it refers to as "medical homes" and "medical neighbourhoods."
The University of Prince Edward Island announced it is planning a return to a "more normal" academic experience in the fall of 2021.
A report from the Atlantic Provinces Economic Council shows potential vulnerabilities for P.E.I.'s economic recovery.
It will likely be another six to eight weeks before the Atlantic bubble reopens, Dr. Heather Morrison said in her regular weekly COVID-19 briefing Tuesday.
P.E.I. is embarking on a four-week pilot project where it will use both rapid and regular tests for COVID-19 on people landing at Charlottetown Airport.
The Island is getting a new warehouse that will in part ensure the province is better prepared for the next pandemic.
On Wednesday, Newfoundland and Labrador reported eight new cases of COVID-19, and one new death. The province now has 345 active cases.
New Brunswick reported two new cases bring its number of active cases to 64.
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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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