Rules for Entering Pei

November 29, 2022

Time seems to slow down in tiny Prince Edward Island, whose singing sand, delicious food and friendly people take a tempting punch. Every square inch of Canada`s smallest province catches your eye, from red-sand beaches and towering cliffs to historic coastal communities, brightly painted lighthouses and dazzling fall foliage. Even entering Prince Edward Island via the 13 km (8-mile) Confederation Bridge, the longest bridge over ice-covered waters in the world, is exciting. Mandatory self-isolation of travellers – Effective December 22, all fully vaccinated travellers entering Prince Edward Island with a Prince Edward Island passport will be required to self-isolate for 4 days. Travellers entering the province will receive two rapid tests and will be required to take the tests on Day 2 and Day 4. If both tests are negative or if a negative PCR test for Day 4 is obtained from a Health PEI testing clinic, that person can be discharged from isolation. Effective October 1, 2022, the Government of Canada lifted all COVID-19 entry restrictions, testing, quarantine and isolation requirements for anyone entering Canada. Also from 1 October 2022, travellers will no longer have to undergo a health screening for air and rail travel; or wearing masks on flights and intercity trains. Mandatory self-isolation of travellers – No self-isolation upon entry into Nunavut for fully vaccinated foreign nationals, provided they meet certain entry and testing requirements and are allowed to enter Nunavut. Unvaccinated children cannot do without the mandatory 14-day self-isolation.

Starting at 3. In December, all travellers entering Nunavik from outside Canada must self-isolate for 10 days. The province said it was adopting new rules similar to Nova Scotia`s that would restrict the travel of children to participate in interprovincial sports tournaments or arts and cultural events. This page reflects the UK Government`s understanding of the current rules for people travelling with a full UK citizen passport for the most common types of travel. Canadian authorities establish and enforce entry rules. If you are unsure how the requirements for entering Canada apply to you, contact the British embassy, high commission or consulate. Provincial, territorial and local authorities may impose restrictions or measures on short notice, including mandatory face masks indoors or on public transit, internal travel restrictions, or COVID-19 testing. You must follow the rules and advice of local authorities regarding the coronavirus. Review the policies of each province and territory. Self-isolation of travellers required – No self-isolation upon entry into the Northwest Territories for fully vaccinated foreign nationals, provided they meet certain entry and testing requirements and are allowed to enter the Northwest Territories.

Unvaccinated children (and their accompanying children) cannot waive the mandatory 10-day isolation requirement. All travellers entering the Northwest Territories must submit a self-isolation plan, regardless of vaccination status. To complete a self-isolation plan and for more information on travel restrictions in the NWT, visit the Government of the Northwest Territories website. Self-isolation of travellers required – No self-isolation upon entry into British Columbia for fully vaccinated foreign nationals, provided they meet certain entry and testing requirements. Unvaccinated children under 12 years of age of fully vaccinated travellers are not required to quarantine upon entry into British Columbia, but must follow strict public health measures, including avoiding crowded environments. Mandatory self-isolation of travellers – Effective December 21, all fully vaccinated travellers entering Newfoundland and Labrador will be required to self-isolate for 5 days. Travellers entering the province undergo rapid tests and must take a rapid test every day for five days. If all tests are negative, they can be released from isolation after five full days or 120 hours. Children aged five to 11 who are not fully vaccinated and who are travelling with fully vaccinated parents or guardians must also self-isolate for five days with five rapid tests. After five days, they undergo modified self-isolation until 14 days have passed.

It is not mandatory for children under the age of five to be tested as long as parents or guardians are taking their rapid tests. They can leave full isolation with their parents and continue modified self-isolation until 14 days have passed. No travel is without risk during COVID-19. Countries may further restrict travel or introduce new rules in the short term, for example due to a new variant of COVID-19. Check with your travel agent or airline for transportation changes that could delay your return trip. If we find that the risk to UK nationals has become unacceptably high in a particular location, we will state on that country`s or territory`s travel advice page that we advise against all or part of all but essential travel. Learn more about how the FCDO assesses and categorizes risks in foreign travel advisories. Masks are mandatory in indoor public spaces in the Northwest Territories. From 27 December: restaurants and bars are limited to 50% of their capacity with a maximum of 10 people per table; A physical distance of 2 meters must be maintained between tables and people must remain seated.

British Columbia and Yukon are in an active seismic zone, with the coast of British Columbia most threatened by a major earthquake. Parts of British Columbia`s coast are also threatened by tsunamis. For up-to-date information, visit the Canada Earthquakes and West Coast and Alaska Tsunami Warning Centre websites. Current phase – Quebec residents aged 13 and over need a vaccination record to access many events, services and businesses. The full list can be found here. Persons residing outside Québec must present printed proof of vaccination combined with identification. Cleary urged islanders to stay informed about vaccinations as soon as possible and wear masks when in crowded indoor or public places. You can choose from a handful of scenic driving routes, or join legions of hikers and cyclists and cross the entire island via the 410-mile (255-mile) Confederation Trail. Arrive in winter and slide along the trail by snowmobile. If you are abroad and need emergency assistance from the UK Government, contact the nearest British embassy, consulate or high commission. If you need urgent help because something happened to a friend or relative abroad, contact the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) in London on 020 7008 5000 (24 hours a day). The legal requirement for Prince Edward Islanders to self-isolate if they test positive for COVID-19, which could be lifted Thursday, has been extended indefinitely.

You must be 19 years of age to purchase and consume recreational cannabis in Prince Edward Island. For more information, see www.justthefactspei.ca/laws.