COVID-19 on P.E.I.: What's happening Sunday, July 26

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The P.E.I. Pride Festival is officially underway.

There will be a mix of online and in-person events throughout the week. Events Sunday include an ice cream pop-up at Kool Breeze Ice Cream Barn in Summerside at 1 p.m., and a movie night at the Brackley Drive-In at 9 p.m.

Many people who visit P.E.I. every summer can't do it this year because of COVID-19. Here's what they've been doing instead.

A group that supports breastfeeding mothers is rebranding on P.E.I. with the goal of making support more accessible and inclusive for Island parents. It has begun holding meetings online due to COVID-19 restrictions.

The Charlottetown Islanders and other Maritime teams in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League are looking at proposals for the upcoming season.

Musicians are trying to make the most out playing live music again — even if it's in front of an audience of just 50 or fewer.

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Charlottetown is letting more visitors in to see patients.

The Island is now down to two active cases of COVID-19, out of a total of 36 diagnosed since the pandemic began.

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