COVID-19 on P.E.I.: What's happening Monday, Nov. 30

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Students returned to Charlottetown Rural High School on Monday morning for the first time since they found out one of their peers had tested positive for COVID-19 over the weekend.

Norbert Carpenter, acting director of the Public Schools Branch, spoke with CBC News: Compass host Louise Martin about how that day went.

Santa Claus began a series of drive-by tours of Charlottetown Monday night, accompanied by bright lights and sirens.

The emergency operations centre is back up at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Charlottetown in preparation for more COVID-19 cases.

A Montague couple has adapted to ensure the weekly free meal offered at a local church is still on the table during the pandemic.

Despite the pandemic, P.E.I. restaurants offering takeout and delivery registered some growth in September, according to Statistics Canada restaurant sales data.

The P.E.I. Council of People with Disabilities is cautioning Islanders about making assumptions regarding people who don't wear masks.

P.E.I. has seen a total of 72 cases, with no deaths and no hospitalizations.

Nova Scotia reported 16 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, giving the province a total of 138 active cases.

New Brunswick reported six new cases, bringing its number of active cases to 120.

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