COVID-19 outbreak declared over at two Prince Edward Home households
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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — The COVID-19 outbreaks at Lighthouse Cove and Crimson Oak Heights households at Prince Edward Dwelling in Charlottetown have been declared over.
In a information launch, Well being P.E.I. mentioned the outbreak in Woman Slipper Path family stays in impact.
Restrictions on the Woman Slipper Path family stay in place, with guests restricted to a few partners-in-care for every resident, with just one partner-in-care allowed to be current at a time. Residents in long-term care are allowed to have six partners-in-care, with solely two partners-in-care allowed to go to at any given time. These restrictions will stay in impact till the outbreak is formally over.
Admissions to the Woman Slipper Path family will probably be restricted to people who’ve not too long ago or at the moment have COVID-19 infections and their admission will probably be assessed on a case-by-case foundation.
Well being P.E.I. careworn it continues to require masks worn always in its hospitals, well being centres, companies areas and workplaces for the protection of sufferers and employees.