Vaccines for COVID-19: Canada’s vaccine supply
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- Making vaccines available to everyone
- Vaccine distribution
- Forecasted allocation of COVID-19 vaccines
Making vaccines available to everyone
COVID-19 vaccines are available to every eligible person in Canada. There are currently enough vaccine doses in Canada to meet the needs of the eligible population.
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.
As of October 21, 2021 there are 13,180,572 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.
|Vaccine distribution||Pfizer/BioNTech Comirnaty||Moderna SpikeVax||AstraZeneca||Total|
|Total distributed in Canada||44,180,202||17,407,296||3,037,110||64,624,608|
|Newfoundland and Labrador||604,500||327,420||41,100||973,020|
|Prince Edward Island||197,445||75,980||9,900||283,325|
|Federal allocationFootnote 1||3,498||207,968||460||211,026|
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 each week, based on newly arriving supply. There are currently no forecasted allocations as provinces and territories continue to draw from the central inventory. Tables will be added as new supply arrives.
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