Travel restrictions are currently in place for those entering PEI. For more information visit the Government of Prince Edward Island Travel page.
Effective June 23, 2021, residents of Atlantic Canada who apply and are approved under PEI’s current travel streams will be admitted between June 23-27, without self-isolation, as long as they have received at least one dose of vaccine.
Effective June 27, 2021 travel within Atlantic Canada is permitted to Prince Edward Island for permanent residents of Atlantic Canada without the requirement of pre-travel approval or self-isolation for 14 days. A PEI Pass is required to enter the province for both residents of Prince Edward Island and visitors.
The PEI Pass is a document that verifies the traveler is fully or partially vaccinated and is not required to self-isolate in PEI. From June 27 – July 28, the PEI Pass applies only to PEI residents travelling home from within Atlantic Canada and visitors from within Atlantic Canada travelling to PEI.
Passengers travelling from other Canadian provinces and territories must adhere to entry requirements in place in each of the four Atlantic provinces which include PEI, NS, NB and NFLD.