Vaccines for COVID-19: Canada’s vaccine supply

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Making vaccines available to everyone

COVID-19 vaccines are available to every eligible person in Canada. There are currently enough mRNA vaccine doses in Canada to meet the needs of the eligible population in accordance with NACI recommendations.

Vaccine supply continues to be managed strategically to best support both Canada's evolving domestic needs and global vaccination efforts.

Canada's vaccine supply includes a central inventory allocated to the provinces and territories and held at their request. It also includes supply to provide provinces and territories with continued access to vaccines for newly eligible populations and for additional doses that may be needed over time.

The vaccine distribution table (updated every Thursday) below describes the quantities of COVID-19 vaccines that have been delivered to provinces and territories.

Vaccine distribution

As of January 20, 2022 there are 7,885,253 COVID-19 vaccine doses in the central vaccine inventory.

AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine include vaccine doses coming from the Serum Institute of India, United States and the COVAX initiative.

Total COVID-19 vaccine confirmed distribution as of January 20, 2022 at 9:00 a.m.
Vaccine distribution Pfizer/BioNTech Comirnaty Pfizer/BioNTech Comirnaty (ages 5 - 11) Moderna SpikeVaxFootnote 1 AstraZeneca Janssen Total
Total distributed in Canada 53,719,614 4,377,010 29,058,106 3,067,010 43,800 90,265,540
Newfoundland and Labrador 713,100 68,000 555,224 41,300 250 1,377,874
Prince Edward Island 240,735 19,000 116,380 10,100 500 386,715
Nova Scotia 1,445,382 116,000 705,500 60,860 2,000 2,329,742
New Brunswick 1,141,095 112,000 590,950 61,500 700 1,906,245
Quebec 12,285,453 1,304,000 7,311,726 742,110 100 21,643,389
Ontario 20,469,861 1,614,000 11,323,650 1,174,300 10,000 34,591,811
Manitoba 2,032,590 252,000 1,034,308 92,960 3,250 3,415,108
Saskatchewan 1,919,745 159,000 650,990 108,400 5,000 2,843,135
Alberta 6,610,305 394,000 2,687,654 318,200 10,000 10,020,159
British Columbia 6,812,760 313,000 3,591,220 456,800 11,800 11,185,580
Yukon 8,190 4,000 87,470 20 200 99,880
Northwest Territories 11,700 6,000 91,470 0 0 109,170
Nunavut 15,210 14,000 68,220 0 0 97,430
Federal allocationFootnote 2 13,488 2,010 243,344 460 0 259,302
Footnote 1

Moderna doses reported on the table below are full 100mcg doses. When Moderna vaccine is used as a booster, a half-dose (50mcg) is authorised for use.

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Footnote 2

Federal allocation includes doses for Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC), the Canadian Armed Forces, Correctional Service Canada and Global Affairs Canada.

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Forecasted allocation of COVID-19 vaccines

Forecasted allocation of COVID-19 vaccines to provinces and territories

Vaccine allocation tables describe the forecasted number of vaccine doses available to provinces and territories, based on newly arriving supply.

Total COVID-19 vaccine allocations as of January 20, 2022 at 9:00 a.m.
Vaccine allocation Pfizer/BioNTech Comirnaty Pfizer/BioNTech Comirnaty (ages 5 - 11) Moderna SpikeVaxFootnote 1
Total allocated in Canada 10,301,850 5,800,000 8,246,180
Newfoundland and Labrador 143,910 68,000 38,000
Prince Edward Island 45,630 24,000 12,100
Nova Scotia 269,100 136,000 72,400
New Brunswick 212,940 112,000 57,600
Quebec 2,310,750 1,304,000 626,900
Ontario 4,095,000 2,152,000 1,080,100
Manitoba 370,890 252,000 100,900
Saskatchewan 311,220 224,000 86,000
Alberta 1,086,930 788,000 323,700
British Columbia 1,411,020 696,000 380,000
Yukon 2,340 8,000 3,700
Northwest Territories 2,340 12,000 3,900
Nunavut 2,340 14,000 3,500
Federal allocationFootnote 2 37,440 10,000 5,457,380
Footnote 1

Moderna doses reported on the table below are full 100mcg doses. When Moderna vaccine is used as a booster, a half-dose (50mcg) is authorised for use.

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Footnote 2

Federal allocation includes doses for Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC), the Canadian Armed Forces, Correctional Service Canada and Global Affairs Canada.

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