Immunization: Canada has administered 25,389,694 doses to date

Immunization: Canada has administered 25,389,694 doses to date
Immunization: Canada has administered 25,389,694 doses to date

Provinces have administered 465,382 new doses of COVID-19 vaccine for a total of 25,389,694 doses to date. The rate of doses administered is now 67%.

The data presented in this article was updated on Friday, June 4, 2021, 10:30 p.m. EST. In addition, 869,730 new doses were delivered to provinces and territories, for a total of 28,870,554 doses delivered to date.

The provinces and territories used 87.94% of their available vaccine stock.

Quebec administered 98,232 new doses for a total of 5,906,696 doses to date. The province administered doses at a rate of 69%.

In addition, 81,400 new vaccines have been delivered in Quebec, for a total of 6,509,059 doses delivered to date.

The province has received enough vaccine to deliver a single dose to 76% of its population. The province used 90.75% of its vaccine supply.

L’Ontario administered 168,322 new doses for a total of 9,661,327 doses to date. The province administered doses at a rate of 65.77%.

In addition, 185,510 new vaccines have been delivered to Ontario, for a total of 11,192,235 doses delivered to date.

The province received enough vaccine to deliver a single dose to 76% of its population and used 86.32% of its vaccine supply.

Note that Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and the territories do not generally publish a daily report.

New Brunswick administered 60,477 doses in the past seven days, for a total of 511,840 doses to date. The province administered doses at a rate of 65.61%.

In addition, 8,300 new vaccines have been delivered to New Brunswick, for a total of 591,555 doses delivered to date.

The province has received enough vaccine to deliver a single dose to 76% of its population.

The province used 86.52% of its vaccine supply.

Newfoundland and Labrador administered 33,306 new doses over the past seven days, for a total of 324,881 doses to date. The province administered doses at a rate of 62%.

In addition, 34,660 new vaccines have been delivered to Newfoundland and Labrador, for a total of 393,030 doses delivered to date.

The province has received enough vaccine to deliver a single dose to 75% of its population.

The province used 82.66% of its vaccine supply.

Prince Edward Island administered 12,909 doses in the past seven days, for a total of 100,770 doses to date. The province administered doses at a rate of 63.52%.

In addition, 12,230 new vaccines have been delivered to Prince Edward Island, for a total of 117,925 doses delivered to date.

The province has received enough vaccine to deliver a single dose to 74% of its population.

The province used 85.45% of its vaccine supply.

Nova Scotia administered 60,818 doses in the past seven days, for a total of 621,661 doses to date. The province administered doses at a rate of 63.7%.

In addition, 72,310 new vaccines have been delivered to Nova Scotia, for a total of 724,260 doses delivered to date. The province has received enough vaccine to deliver a single dose to 74% of its population.

The province used 85.83% of its vaccine supply.

Manitoba administered 22,401 new doses for a total of 911,382 doses to date. The province administered doses at a rate of 66.18%.

In addition, no new vaccine has been delivered to Manitoba, for a total of 1,041,040 doses delivered to date.

The province has received enough vaccine to deliver a single dose to 76% of its population.

The province used 87.55% of its vaccine supply.

Saskatchewan administered 15,633 new doses for a total of 770,463 doses to date. The province administered doses at a rate of 65.34%.

In addition, 85,680 new vaccines have been delivered to Saskatchewan, for a total of 902,155 doses delivered to date.

The province has received enough vaccine to deliver a single dose to 77% of its population.

The province used 85.4% of its vaccine supply.

Alberta administered 63,922 new doses for a total of 2,951,927 doses to date. The province administered doses at a rate of 67.06%.

In addition, 337,170 new vaccines have been delivered to Alberta, for a total of 3,294,095 doses delivered to date.

The province has received enough vaccine to deliver a single dose to 75% of its population.

The province used 89.61% of its vaccine supply.

British Columbia administered 61,057 new doses for a total of 3,488,884 doses to date. The province administered doses at a rate of 68%.

In addition, 54,300 new vaccines have been delivered to British Columbia, for a total of 3,912,030 doses delivered to date.

The province has received enough vaccine to deliver a single dose to 76% of its population.

The province used 89.18% of its vaccine supply.

The yukon has administered 827 new doses for a total of 54,166 doses to date. The territory administered doses at a rate of 129.8%.

No new vaccine has been delivered to the Yukon for a total of 64,520 doses delivered to date.

The territory has received enough vaccines to administer a single dose to 150% of its population.

The territory used 83.95% of its vaccine supply.

Northwest Territories have not administered any new doses of vaccine, for a total of 53,501 doses to date.

The territory administered doses at a rate of 118.58%.

In addition, 1,170 new vaccines have been delivered to the Northwest Territories, for a total of 77,550 doses delivered to date.

The territory has received enough vaccines to administer a single dose to 170% of its population.

The territory used 69% of its vaccine supply.

Nunavut has not administered any new doses for a total of 32,196 doses to date. The territory administered doses at a rate of 83.14%.

No new vaccine has been delivered to Nunavut, for a total of 51,100 doses delivered to date.

The territory has received enough vaccines to administer a single dose to 130% of its population. The territory used 63% of its vaccine supply.

These numbers are compiled by the COVID-19 Open Data Working Group, using the most recent publicly available data; these figures may have changed since.

In addition, some provinces publish a weekly report, while others draw up a report for the day or the day before. It should also be noted that the doses of vaccine administered are not equivalent to the number of people who have been vaccinated, because the vaccines approved so far in Canada require two doses per person. Finally, vaccines are currently not given to young people under the age of 18 and to people with certain health problems. In some cases, the number of doses administered may appear to be greater than the number of doses dispensed. This situation is explained by the fact that some provinces extract a greater number of doses per vial. This report was automatically generated by the digital data service of The Canadian Press.

 
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