by Hockey PEI Communications // @HockeyPEI / March 17th, 2022

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE – As a reminder, PEI is moving to Step 2 of its “Moving on” Plan beginning today. There are few changes as they relate to our Hockey Operations, although here are a few important ones to note:

  • Organized sport and recreation activities with interaction within 2m/6ft (including games and interprovincial competition) are now permitted with a maximum of 100 participants interacting over the course of a day
  • No isolation for unvaccinated and partially vaccinated travellers. Testing of travellers continues at our Provincial borders. Federal border measures may apply.
  • Isolation for household close contacts // Enhanced measures for non-household close contacts // Isolation for cases based on vaccination status
  • Organized Gatherings can now hold up to 75% CAPACITY (inside our arenas). Organizers are required to maximize use of space to allow for as much physical distancing as possible. Additional guidance this public health measures here
  • Masking still required in indoor public places, and workplaces where distancing cannot be maintained (unless actively eating or drinking).

Additional guidance for sport and recreation activities can be found here


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Media Contact:

Tanner Doiron | Manager, Hockey Operations & Communications or 902-368-4334