Charlottetown, PE (April 5, 2022) – The Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce noted its support of the Government of PEI’s balanced approach to transitioning from COVID-19 with the announcement to keep the mask mandate in place until April 28, 2022.

“Our members recognize that everyone has different levels of comfort with masking, and we are supportive of the provincial government’s decision to keep the mask mandate in place for longer than originally planned,” said Robert Godfrey, Chamber CEO. “We are equally supportive of the decision to see businesses and organizations being able to operate at full capacity once again.”

As of April 6, 2022, at 12:01 AM, the following changes will be implemented:

  • No limits on personal gatherings or sports and recreational activities.
  • Businesses (retailers, gyms, museums, libraries) will be able to operate at full capacity.
  • Food premises and licensed establishments will operate at full capacity.
  • There is no testing at the Charlottetown Airport, and testing at the Confederation Bridge is voluntary.
  • Parents of children with COVID-19 will still need to self-isolate, but others will not if there is a plan for keeping the person with COVID-19 separated.



About The Chamber:

The Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce connects business and community and is PEI’s largest business advocacy organization with more than 1,100 members. For more information on the Chamber visit


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Sam MacPhail

Policy and Communications Manager

(902) 628-2000 x 224