PEI reports 12 people in hospital due to COVID-19 Sunday

Prince Edward Island is reporting 12 people in hospital due to COVID-19 on Sunday, including one person in intensive care.

PEI Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Heather Morrison says there are seven other people in hospital who were admitted for reasons other than COVID-19, but tested positive for the virus on admission, or tested positive after being admitted.

PEI is reporting 154 new cases of the virus, along with 500 recoveries. The new cases are under investigation.

As of Sunday, there are 1,861 active cases of COVID-19 confirmed on the island.


The province has also released an updated list on the locations of current outbreaks in high-risk settings:

Long-term care facilities (seven facilities with outbreaks):

  • Andrews of Park West
  • Atlantic Baptist
  • Beach Grove Home
  • Clinton View Lodge
  • Garden Home
  • South Shore Villa
  • Summerset Manor

Community care facilities (two facilities with outbreaks):

  • Bevan Lodge
  • Corrigan Home

Early learning and child care centres:

23 centers with cases or outbreaks of COVID-19

  • Four centers open
  • Five centers closed
  • 14 centers operating at a modified or reduced capacity


  • Community Hospital O’Leary
  • Prince County Hospital

Other congregate settings:

  • Population that accesses shelter and outreach services in Charlottetown
  • Prince County Correctional Center

Island schools with cases are listed on the Public Schools Branch website.


As of Wednesday, 96.8 per cent of Island residents over the age of 12 received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, and 93.5 per cent were fully vaccinated, while 66.2 per cent of children aged five to 11 had one dose of vaccine .

The province says over 62,442 Islanders have their booster dose, while over 25,500 others are eligible, but have not yet received it.

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