4-H Programming During COVID-19

The Provincial Office is open by appointment only at this time. Please call or email the office, or staff person, who you are wanting to meet with before you arrive. The Provincial Office contact information can be found here.

Note - Each of the following documents should be on hand at ALL 4-H functions or gatherings.

1. 4-H Canada COVID-19 Waiver - (this form is embedded into the member and volunteer leader registration forms,

   however it is required by 4-H Canada for every volunteer or attendee at a 4-H event) - Complete Online Now

   Click here to view and download (document must be saved before you enter your information)

2. COVID Screening Poster (required to be posted at the entrance at all events or gatherings) - Click here to Download

3. Contact Tracing Sign-in sheet (required at the entrance at all events or gatherings) - Click here to Download

Update - October 5th, 2021

Beginning today, the PEI VaxPass is required to attend all indoor and outdoor organized events/activities. This applies to ALL 4-H PEI meetings and events - at project, club, regional and provincial levels. Members who just recently or will turn 12 soon will have a 3 month grace period from their birthday to get both doses of vaccine. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Administrative Director Rayanne Frizzell rfrizzell@pei4h.ca We appreciate your cooperation and understanding.

PEI Vax Pass Program Info | Government of Prince Edward Island

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Update - September 16th, 2021

As of 8am on Friday, September 17th, non-medical

masks are mandatory at indoor meetings and activities

(all in-door public places). 


It seems simple enough, but sometimes we forget the basics. Protect yourself, your

family and our Island community:

Personal gatherings of family and friends - up to a maximum of 20 people. Personal gatherings do not require an operational plan.


Organized gatherings - up to a maximum cohort of 200 people outdoors and 100 people indoors. Organized gatherings require an operational plan. Official approval of operational plans with a single cohort is not required. Activities and events that include close contact (i.e. participants in sports, performers at theatrical events, wedding receptions, ceilidhs, funeral receptions, etc.) are permitted in cohorts of 100, outdoors or indoors. Dancing and/or standing receptions are permitted at such events, where appropriate, within cohorts.

All members and leaders should continue to self-screen at home before attending any 4-H event.

This includes:

1. Are you experiencing any of the following symptoms:​

  • Fever (38* or higher)/ chills

  • New or worsening cough

  • Feeling unwell / unusual fatigue

  • Body / muscle / joint aches

  • Headache

  • Gastrointestinal symptoms (nausea, vomiting, diarrhea)

  • Shortness of breath / difficulty breathing

  • Sore throat

  • Runny / stuffy nose (not related to seasonal allergies, cold weather, or other known causes or existing conditions)

2. Have you been told to self isolate for any reason (e.g. travel, instructions from Public Health, etc.)?

3. Have you had close contact (face to face contact within 2 meters) in the last 14 days with someone who has tested positive for Covid-19?

4. Have you received a Covid-19 alert exposure notification on your cell phone in the last 14 days? If you already went for a test and got negative result, select "no."

If you have answered “YES” to any of the above questions that means that the member/leader is not permitted to attend the 4-H activity.


If you have answered “NO” to all the above questions, you may attend the event.


Exception: If you or your child has on-going, existing conditions and symptoms that would not be new or unusual for that individual (e.g., chronic allergies), this alone will not require you/them to miss an event. However, if existing symptoms become more extreme than usual or are accompanied by the onset of new symptoms, it would be important to consult with a health care provider to determine if staying home or getting a COVID test is recommended.



4-H PEI will continue to monitor the updates from the Chief Public Health Officer and provide further information as required. 

Also, just a reminder of the importance of maintaining and submitting contact tracing records for all 4-H activities. Contact tracing forms need to be emailed to pei4h@pei4h.ca right after the event or meeting.