Vaccination Data


Regional data may be updated later than provincial data, and may be partially or completely unavailable for some provinces.

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An Important Change to Alberta's Population Data

Across the COVID19Tracker.ca website, we have always used official population estimates from Statistics Canada for calculations. This consistent approach allows for accurate, up-to-date data that can be compared between provinces. However, the province of Alberta does not use Statistics Canada population data in their vaccine calculations and instead relies on internal estimates and projections.

Alberta's internal estimates are larger than the most recent population estimates available from Statistics Canada. This means that some of our metrics, such as "% of people 12+ in Alberta", have been higher than what was shared by the Alberta government.

Starting June 13th, we've changed population values used to calculate Alberta's eligible (12+) population percentage to match the percentage published by the province of Alberta. While this means that values will now match those posted by Alberta, it also means that any comparisons between provinces using eligible (12+) population values must be performed with caution. Provincial population estimates used for Alberta are from a different source and from a different date than other provinces. Data for all other provinces will continue to be from Statistics Canada's latest population estimates.

If you have any questions regarding this change, please feel free to reach out.


COVID-19 Vaccinations in

doses of approved COVID-19 vaccines have been administered in .


As begins their COVID-19 vaccination program, we're tracking doses administered in every region. new doses have been reported administered in today.

In total, doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been delivered to for administration. As of today, of doses delivered to have been administered.

The Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna and AstraZeneca vaccines require two doses, a number of weeks apart, for full efficacy. Consequently, we report both the total number of doses administered, and the total number of people who have been fully vaccinated. As of today, more than people from have received at least one dose of an approved COVID-19 vaccine. people from are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, having received both required doses.


Our data is aggregated by volunteers exclusively from official government sources, updated throughout the day in near real-time. All of our data is freely available for use via our API or in CSV format. Find more information on the sources we use here.

Find all of the data we track (including cases, fatalities, hospitalizations, criticals, testing and recoveries) here.

Doses By Region
New Doses
's Vaccine Administration / Distribution Gap

Reopening Metrics

Some provinces use adult (18+) vaccination rates in their plans to lift public health measures. These values reflect vaccinations in people over 18, and uses Statistics Canada's population values for those over 18.


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Data by Region

Available vaccination data for each region is displayed below.

Region Total Doses Administered People Fully Vaccinated

Data by Vaccine Product

Delivery and administration data by vaccine product are not updated as frequently as the values reported above, and totals may not match. Administration data by vaccine type is updated each Friday with data up to and including the previous Saturday. Delivery data by vaccine product was last updated on .

Vaccines Distributed


Delivery data by vaccine product was last updated on .
Vaccines Distributed


Data by Age Group

Vaccine data by age is sourced from PHAC, and may not align with provincial reporting. PHAC data is updated each Friday, with data current as of the previous Saturday.

Fully Vaccinated By Age Group
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At Least 1 Dose By Age Group
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Vaccinations By Age Group
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