Track how many people have been given the COVID-19 vaccine across Canada
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This page is no longer being updated. The tables and graphs below show data from Feb. 27, 2022.
How many people have been vaccinated (last updated Feb. 27, 2022)?
Vaccinations around the world (last updated Feb. 27, 2022)
Which vaccines have been approved so far?
On Feb. 26, 2021, Health Canada approved the AstraZeneca-Oxford COVID-19 vaccine.
On March 5, 2021, Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine became the first single-dose vaccine approved for use in Canada.
Health Canada authorized the use of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for children 12-15 years old on May 5, 2021. The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine was then approved for children ages five to 11 on Nov. 19, 2021.
Jan. 28: Booster doses were added to the vaccination charts for Canada.
Nov. 19: Vaccination rates for the eligible population were updated to include those five and up.
June 22: A table was added and the Canada map updated to show the percentage of eligible people, 12 and up, who have received at least one dose or been fully vaccinated.
May 20: The Canada map was updated to show first and second dose numbers for the provinces and territories. Quebec's second dose vaccine numbers were added. The chart on vaccine doses distributed now also includes the percentage of doses used and the story text was updated to include additional information on Canada's vaccine rollout.
March 26: The page was updated to include the percentage of people in Canada given at least one dose. A map and table showing global vaccinations was also added.
Jan. 28: Officials in Ontario announced an error in their previous reporting of completed vaccinations. This resulted in the number of people completely vaccinated in the province decreasing by about half.
Jan. 14: Separate totals of the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccine doses distributed to each province were removed. This data is currently only available weekly, with many provinces and territories not providing breakdowns in their updates. This caused the numbers to not align with the combined totals distributed to the provinces and territories, which are updated more frequently.