TORONTO -- Canada is in the middle of its largest mass vaccination program in history, with tens of thousands of COVID-19 inoculations being administered daily across the provinces and territories.

Four vaccines, developed by Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson, have been authorized for use in Canada to date.

As the country continues the ongoing fight against COVID-19, CTVNews.ca is tracking the daily and cumulative vaccine doses administered in Canada by surveying the data from public health units. The interactive map outlines the number of COVID-19 vaccine doses distributed as a percentage of the country’s population. 

Canada

 
 

Nov. 24, 2021 update: With the recent Health Canada approval of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccinations for children aged 5-11, the eligible population to receive the vaccine has increased by 2.9 million people.

As a result, there will be an initial drop in the percentage of eligible people who have received vaccinations, due to the fact that immunization for children has just begun.

Nov. 29, 2021: Quebec data now includes third doses. Numbers are sourced from the Dashboard of the situation in Québec, which includes "all the data included in the information system (SI-PMI), regardless of the place of vaccination, the person's place of residence and their age."

Small number indicates today's change compared to end of previous day.

Population numbers provided by provinces, where available, and otherwise from Statistics Canada. Read more about the vaccines approved for use in Canada.

Percentage of eligible population (5+) vaccinated with at least one dose

 
 

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Provincial and territorial data is collected from official government websites, news releases and press conferences.

Percentage of population vaccinated is based on the number of people who have received at least one dose.

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CTVNews.ca is tallying vaccination doses across the country based on statements from public health agencies. The map will be updated as agencies release their dosages.

The interactive chart breaks down the percentage of the population that has been vaccinated, the total number of first and second doses administered, as well as how many shots Canada has received from manufacturers.

The chart also outlines the number of inoculations in each province and territory, including first and second doses, in addition to the number of vaccines allotted to each province.

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Vaccines doses administered across the world

 

Vaccine doses administered by country

 

Percentage calculations below are based on the total population of each country. Percentages in the table below may appear lower than data on official government websites that use eligible population or adult population to calculate the percentage of people vaccinated.

 
 

World charts based on data from Our World In Data.

For more information on the coronavirus vaccine candidates that have or are in the process of being approved for use in Canada, check out our vaccine tracker.

CTVNews.ca is also charting every confirmed COVID-19 case in Canada as well as active, recovered and deceased cases for each province and territory.

As well, CTVNews.ca charts and compares the progression of cases outside Canada, with a look at the curves in other nations, as well as context and timeline for a few key countries.

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Sources for provincial numbers

Note: Not all provinces publish vaccine numbers on official websites. Some links may not point directly to daily number updates.

British Columbia: COVID Dashboard

Alberta: Vaccine Dashboard

Saskatchewan: News Releases/Vaccine Dashboard

Manitoba: Vaccine Bulletin/Vaccine Dashboard

Ontario: Vaccine Dashboard

Quebec: COVID Dashboard/ Vaccination Data

New Brunswick: COVID Dashboard

Nova Scotia: COVID Dashboard

Prince Edward Island: Vaccine Dashboard

Newfoundland and Labrador: COVID Dashboard

Yukon: COVID Dashboard

Northwest Territories: COVID Dashboard

Nunavut: COVID Dashboard