As part of a series on how COVID-19 affects islanders, a retail store manager talks about how the epidemic has affected his business.
CBC News looks back on the impact of COVID-19 on PEI over the past 10 months.
The PEI on Tuesday announced two new cases of COVID-19 in the province, both related to travel outside Atlantic Canada.
The PEI’s chief public health office says it expects to receive the province The first ship of the Moderna Covit-19 vaccine, 1,200 dose, this week.
After careful consideration, a PEI nurse has decided not to vaccinate because she is pregnant.
The two islanders share their experience of living in the UK during epidemics.
COVID-19 during a year-end interview reflects infection CBC News: Compass, Premier Tennis King said it would take time to balance the budget because many islanders “would have to be there to get COVID.”
A PEI business started Kekoks during the epidemics, boosting sales by 600 percent since the March lockout.
There are 96 positive cases on the island, six of which are still active. No deaths or hospitalization in the province.
In the news
- Here Information for survival With COVID-19 infection in PEI – including information on government relief programs, physical distance measures and essential health services.
- Here’s a look at how the corona virus works Spread across Canada.
Reminder of symptoms
Symptoms of COVID-19 include:
- Previous cough cough or worsening.
- Possible loss of taste and / or odor.
- throat pain.
- New or worse fatigue.
- Runny nose.
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