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2022-04-05
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CHARLOTTETOWN – Prince Edward Island’s chief public health officer is advising residents of the province to avoid travelling off the Island unless their trip is necessarydata shows.

In a news release today, DrThe coronavirus first emerged. Heather Morrison says rising COVID-19 case numbers in Atlantic Canada and across the country mean Island residents should “carefully consider” travel at this time.

The province reported one new case of the virus and currently has 40 active infections.

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