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Prince Edward Island update on COVID-19: Province outlines "circuit breaker" measures – Dec. 6, 2020

Prince Edward Island update on COVID-19: Province outlines "circuit breaker" measures – Dec. 6, 2020

December 6, 2020 12:54 pm
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In Charlottetown, Dr. Heather Morrison, the chief public health officer of Prince Edward Island, and Dennis King, the premier of P.E.I., provide an update on the province’s response to the ongoing COVID-19 (coronavirus disease) pandemic. They announce “circuit breaker” measures for a two-week period in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19. Tighter restrictions will be in effect from December 7 until December 21. Private gatherings are not permitted, and there is a maximum of 10 people allowed for public gatherings both indoors or outdoors. Gyms, fitness facilities, museums, libraries, bingo halls and casinos will be closed. There will be no in-room dining allowed at restaurants. P.E.I. is also moving forward with targeted testing and increased enforcement of public-health measures. Four high schools in the Charlottetown area will also move to online learning as of December 8.