COVID-19 on P.E.I.: What's happening Sunday, Nov. 8

Only two active cases of COVID-19 still exist in P.E.I.

Two men, one in the 20s and one in the 50s, traveled outside Atlantic Canada, are the new cases announced today.

Instead of physical items, the West Prince Christmas Hampers Group this year requests cash from donors.

The theater community of P.E.I. adapts under COVID and produces a true P.E.I. story that has been shared on stage worldwide for the first time.

The urgency psychiatric clinic in Charlottetown closed temporarily on Friday because of a lack of nursing.

It was created when psychiatric patients were taken from QEH during the early days of the pandemic and located at the Hillsborough Hospital, next to QEH.

On Monday, after being shut down in the spring as a psyche-conservation because of a pandemic, Unit 9 at the QEH reopened to patients with mental health.

Organizers are scheduled to carry out several COVID-19 measures this year at free Souris Christmas dinner.

The P.E.I. Chief Public Health Office still requires consent.

There will never be any open Christmas houses this year or a New Year's Levee hosted by the Lieutenant-Governor.

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Additional resources

Additional CBC stories COVID-19 P.E.I.

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