People with underlying health issues wonder when they will get COVID-19 vaccines

As the number of people vaccinated against COVID-19 on P.E.I. continues to climb, some Islanders who are living with underlying health conditions say they’ve been left wondering when their shots will come. P.E.I.’s COVID-19... Read more »

48,000 Canadians asked to take blood sample for coronavirus survey

In the first study of its kind, Statistics Canada is mailing out test kits to tens of thousands of people to study the prevalence of coronavirus in the country. The survey involves asking... Read more »

Statistics Canada surveying 48,000 for coronavirus antibodies

In the first study of its kind it has ever undertaken, Statistics Canada is mailing out test kits to tens of thousands of people to study the prevalence of coronavirus in the country.... Read more »

COVID-19 shutdown has had drastic consequences for many seniors, says P.E.I. geriatrician

A P.E.I. geriatrician says many older adults have suffered during the COVID-19 pandemic in ways from which they may not be able to recover.  Dr. Martha Carmichael, the province’s only internist geriatrician, says... Read more »

One mother’s story: What it’s like to have a child who’s a ‘runner’

Chris MacPhail of Canoe Cove, P.E.I., never goes out with her daughter unless she is wearing sneakers — that’s in case she needs to quickly run after her.  MacPhail’s daughter is 16.... Read more »