COVID-19 on P.E.I.: What's happening Saturday, Nov. 14

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The province's revised COVID-19 pandemic visitor and compassionate grounds visitation protocol is expected to come into effect next week, and will apply both to public and private facilities on P.E.I.

The province has further eased restrictions at long-term care homes in the province. Residents may now receive unscheduled visits in their rooms.

Sunday is last day to get Food Island Gift Cards at a 20 per cent discount.

It was a difficult year for the Car Life Museum on P.E.I., which didn't open for the first time in 54 years due to the owner's death and COVID-19 restrictions.

The annual P.E.I. Crafts Council Christmas fair is being held this weekend at the P.E.I. Convention Centre.

There are four active cases in the province. P.E.I. has seen a total of 68 cases, with no deaths and no hospitalizations.

New Brunswick announced six new cases COVID-19 on Saturday, the largest single-day increase in nearly a month. Those numbers bring total active cases to 19.

Nova Scotia reported six new possible COVID-19 exposures and six new cases of the virus Saturday — the largest single-day increase in cases since May 15. The province now has 21 active cases.

There are two new cases of COVID-19 being reported in Newfoundland and Labrador on Saturday, bringing its number of active cases to eight.

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