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COVID-19 checkpoints in place in Borden-Carleton

Cars wait in line at the COVID-19 checkpoint shortly after it was set up at the Confederation Bridge in Borden-Carleton earlier this week. All visitors to P.E.I. who are not considered essential workers are being stopped and screened for symptoms as they arrive in the province. Dr. Heather Morrison, chief public health officer for P.E.I., reminded Islanders Friday that anyone travelling across the Confederation Bridge should be doing so only out of necessity. She said examples of necessary travel include medical appointments, compassionate travel and truckers and other travellers carrying goods and services to P.E.I. For more from Morrison's briefing Friday, see A3.
Cars wait in line at the COVID-19 checkpoint shortly after it was set up at the Confederation Bridge in Borden-Carleton earlier this week. All visitors to P.E.I. who are not considered essential workers are being stopped and screened for symptoms as they arrive in the province. Dr. Heather Morrison, chief public health officer for P.E.I., reminded Islanders Friday that anyone travelling across the Confederation Bridge should be doing so only out of necessity. She said examples of necessary travel include medical appointments, compassionate travel and truckers and other travellers carrying goods and services to P.E.I. - Nathan Rochford

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