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COVID-19 vaccination in Canada

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Vaccination coverage

COVID-19 vaccination coverage across Canada by demographics and key populations. We update this information every Friday at 12:00 PM Eastern Time with data up to and including the previous Saturday.

This report was last updated on March 26, 2021 with data up to and including March 20, 2021.

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9.18%of the population has received at least one dose7.52%of the population has received only one dose1.66%of the population has received two doses59.69%of adults aged 80 or older have received at least one dose75.38%of health care workers targeted for priority vaccination have received at least one dosea91.05%of adults in group living settings for seniors have received at least one dosea

a Data on health care workers targeted for priority vaccination and adults in group living settings for seniors should be interpreted with caution due to potential misclassification of key populations as well as an under- or overestimation of the denominator used to estimate vaccination coverage.

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National vaccination coverage  Download national vaccination coverage data in.csvformat

In Canada, 3,487,915 people (9.18% of the population) have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. 2,857,576 people (7.52% of the population) have received only one dose and 630,339 people (1.66% of the population) have received two doses.

Figure 1.              Cumulative number             Cumulative percent          of people who have received              at least one dose             one dose             two doses          of a COVID-19 vaccine in Canada by jurisdiction, March 20, 2021

 Hover over the map to see the cumulative number or percent of people vaccinated in Canada and each jurisdiction over time.Canada9.18%52.66%48.96%30.13%10.46%8.78%8.58%6.57%8.32%11.03%7.45%6.35%4.17%8.15%50.0% and higher20.00% to 49.99%10.00% to 19.99%5.00% to 9.99%0% to 4.99%Not availableCumulative percent of thepopulation who have received atleast one dose of a COVID-19 vaccineThe cumulative percent of the population who have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine in Canada was 9.18%, as of March 20, 2021.


19 Dec 202026 Dec 202002 Jan 202109 Jan 202116 Jan 202123 Jan 202130 Jan 202106 Feb 202113 Feb 202120 Feb 202127 Feb 202106 Mar 202113 Mar 202120 Mar 20210%10%20%30%40%50%60%CanadaReport weekPercent of people vaccinated


 Download national vaccination coverage data in.csvformat


Note

The number of people who have received two doses appears as “not available” for Quebec as they only reported on the number of people who have been vaccinated and did not break down their data by the number of doses. As very few second doses have been administered in Quebec, all reported vaccine recipients are included in this report as having received one dose. Use caution when comparing data over time. Some increases are due to jurisdictions providing their first reports on different weeks. Reporting delays can result in artificial changes in weekly counts. Information is subject to change and may differ from provincial and territorial reports, depending on the timing of updates (see limitations).Figure 1: Text description

Key populations  Download key populations data in.csvformat

The National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) recommends that we prioritize certain key populations for early vaccination. During stage 1, NACI recommends that vaccines be initially offered to:

  • Residents and staff of congregate living settings that provide care for seniors
  • Adults 70 years of age and older, beginning with adults 80 years of age and older, then decreasing the age limit by 5-year increments to age 70 years as supply becomes available
  • Health care workers (including all those who work in health care settings and personal support workers whose work involves direct contact with patients)
  • Adults living in Indigenous communities, which include First Nations, Métis, and Inuit communities, where infection can have disproportionate consequences such as those living in remote or isolated areas where access to health care may be limited.

Please refer to NACI statements for the latest NACI recommendations.

Figure 2.              Cumulative number             Cumulative percent                       of people in key population groups who have received one dose or two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine in Canada by report week, March 20, 2021

 Hover over bars to see the cumulative number or percent of people vaccinated over time.

Adults aged 80 and older

59.69% of adults aged 80 and older have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. 51.13% have received only one dose and 8.56% have received two doses.19 Dec 202026 Dec 202002 Jan 202109 Jan 202116 Jan 202123 Jan 202130 Jan 202106 Feb 202113 Feb 202120 Feb 202127 Feb 202106 Mar 202113 Mar 202120 Mar 2021Report week0102030405060708090100Cumulative percent of people vaccinated

Health care workers targeted for priority vaccination

75.38% of health care workers have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. 50.66% have received only one dose and 24.72% have received two doses.19 Dec 202026 Dec 202002 Jan 202109 Jan 202116 Jan 202123 Jan 202130 Jan 202106 Feb 202113 Feb 202120 Feb 202127 Feb 202106 Mar 202113 Mar 202120 Mar 2021Report week0102030405060708090100Cumulative percent of people vaccinated

Adults in group living settings for seniors

91.05% of adults in group living settings for seniors have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. 53.52% have received only one dose and 37.53% have received two doses.19 Dec 202026 Dec 202002 Jan 202109 Jan 202116 Jan 202123 Jan 202130 Jan 202106 Feb 202113 Feb 202120 Feb 202127 Feb 202106 Mar 202113 Mar 202120 Mar 2021Report week0102030405060708090100Cumulative percent of people vaccinated

Note

Data on health care workers targeted for priority vaccination and adults in group living settings for seniors should be interpreted with caution due to potential misclassification of key populations as well as an under- or overestimation of the denominator used to estimate vaccination coverage. For more information on key populations, see definitions. Use caution when comparing data over time. Some increases are due to provinces and territories providing their first reports on different weeks. Reporting delays can result in artificial changes in weekly counts. Information is subject to change and may differ from provincial and territorial reports (see limitations).Figure 2: Text description

Figure 3.                  Cumulative number                 Cumulative percent                               of people in key populations who have received                  at least one dose                 one dose                 two doses              of a COVID-19 vaccine in Canada by report week, March 20, 2021

Adults aged 80 and olderHealth care workers targeted for priority vaccinationGroup living settings for seniors0%20.00%40.00%60.00%80.00%100.00%19 Dec 202026 Dec 202002 Jan 202109 Jan 202116 Jan 202123 Jan 202130 Jan 202106 Feb 202113 Feb 202120 Feb 202127 Feb 202106 Mar 202113 Mar 202120 Mar 2021Cumulative percent of people vaccinatedReport week

Note

Data on health care workers targeted for priority vaccination and adults in group living settings for seniors should be interpreted with caution due to potential misclassification of key populations as well as an under- or overestimation of the denominator used to estimate vaccination coverage. For more information on key populations, see definitions. Use caution when comparing data over time. Some increases are due to provinces and territories providing their first reports on different weeks. Reporting delays can result in artificial changes in weekly counts. Information is subject to change and may differ from provincial and territorial reports (see limitations).Figure 3: Text description

Vaccination coverage by age, sex, and province or territory  Download vaccination coverage by age, sex, and province/territory data in.csvformat

As of March 20, 2021

  • 11.57% of females have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. 9.24% have received only one dose and 2.34% have received two doses.
  • 6.69% of males have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. 5.74% have received only one dose and 0.95% have received two doses.

Figure 4.                  Cumulative number                 Cumulative percent              of people who have received                  at least one dose                 one dose                 two doses              of a COVID-19 vaccine in                  Canada                 British Columbia                 Alberta                 Saskatchewan                 Manitoba                 Ontario                 Quebec                 Newfoundland and Labrador                 New Brunswick                 Nova Scotia                 Prince Edward Island                 Yukon                 Northwest Territories                 Nunavut              by age group and sex, March 20, 2021

 Hover over bars to see the cumulative number or percent of people vaccinated so far.FemaleMaleUnknownNot reported0500,0001,000,0001,500,0002,000,0000-1718-6970-7475-7980+UnknownNot reportedCumulative number of people vaccinatedAge group

* The number of people included in this category is less than five.

Note

The number of people who have received two doses appears as “not available” for Quebec as they only reported on the number of people who have been vaccinated and did not break down their data by the number of doses. As very few second doses have been administered in Quebec, all reported vaccine recipients are included in this report as having received one dose. Due to data issues for Newfoundland and Labrador, the number of people with unknown sex and age who have received at least one dose is lower than those who have received two doses. This data was removed from the total for Canada. As the issue is being resolved, updates will be provided in future reports. Information is subject to change and may differ from provincial and territorial reports (see limitations). If only one province or territory has a category with a value of less than five, we remove its value from the national totals for privacy reasons.Figure 4: Text description

Coverage by vaccine product  Download vaccination coverage by age, sex, and province/territory data in.csvformat

As of March 20, 2021:

  • 6.69% of people in Canada have received at least one dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. 5.49% have received only one dose and 1.20% have received two doses.
  • 1.66% of people in Canada have received at least one dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. 1.21% have received only one dose and 0.45% have received two doses.
  • 0.81% of people in Canada have received at least one dose of the COVISHIELD COVID-19 vaccine. 0.81% have received only one dose and 0.00% have received two doses.
  • No one in Canada has received the AstraZeneca or Janssen COVID-19 vaccines yet.

Figure 5.                  Cumulative number                 Cumulative percent              of people who have received                  at least one dose                 one dose                 two doses              of a COVID-19 vaccine in                  Canada                 British Columbia                 Alberta                 Saskatchewan                 Manitoba                 Ontario                 Quebec                 Newfoundland and Labrador                 New Brunswick                 Nova Scotia                 Prince Edward Island                 Yukon                 Northwest Territories                 Nunavut              by vaccine product and report week, March 20, 2021

 Hover over bars to see the cumulative number or percent of people vaccinated by vaccine product and report week. Click on a label in the legend or a segment of a bar to show only data for a specific vaccine product.Pfizer-BioNTechModernaCOVISHIELDNot reportedUnknown01,000,0002,000,0003,000,0004,000,00019 Dec 202026 Dec 202002 Jan 202109 Jan 202116 Jan 202123 Jan 202130 Jan 202106 Feb 202113 Feb 202120 Feb 202127 Feb 202106 Mar 202113 Mar 202120 Mar 2021Cumulative number of people vaccinatedReport week

Note

The number of people who have received two doses appears as “not available” for Quebec as they only reported on the number of people who have been vaccinated and did not break down their data by the number of doses. As very few second doses have been administered in Quebec, all reported vaccine recipients are included in this report as having received one dose. Reporting delays can result in artificial changes in weekly counts. Information is subject to change and may differ from provincial and territorial reports (see limitations).Figure 5: Text description

Acknowledgements

This weekly report would not be possible without the collaboration of provincial and territorial public health partners as well as members of the Pan-Canadian Public Health Network’s Canadian Immunization Registries and Coverage Network (CIRC). We would also like to thank Statistics Canada and Indigenous Services Canada for providing population data and everyone taking part in the COVID-19 vaccination rollout in Canada.

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Public Health Agency of Canada. Canadian COVID-19 vaccination coverage report. Ottawa: Public Health Agency of Canada; March 26, 2021. https://health-infobase.canada.ca/covid-19/vaccination-coverage/

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COVID-19 vaccination coverage across Canada by demographics and key populations. We update this information every Friday at 12:00 PM Eastern Time with data up to and including the previous Saturday.

This report was last updated on March 26, 2021 with data up to and including March 20, 2021.

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Coverage by vaccine product
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Key updates
9.18%

of the population has received at least one dose

7.52%

of the population has received only one dose

1.66%

of the population has received two doses

59.69%

of adults aged 80 or older have received at least one dose

75.38%

of health care workers targeted for priority vaccination have received at least one dosea

91.05%

of adults in group living settings for seniors have received at least one dosea

a Data on health care workers targeted for priority vaccination and adults in group living settings for seniors should be interpreted with caution due to potential misclassification of key populations as well as an under- or overestimation of the denominator used to estimate vaccination coverage.

About COVID-19 vaccines and vaccination
Five COVID-19 vaccines are currently approved for use in Canada:
Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, AstraZeneca and COVISHIELD Verity/Serum Institute of India (SII) (COVISHIELD) are given as two doses
Janssen is given as one dose
The National Advisory Committee on Immunization’s (NACI) recommendations on their use can be found in the latest NACI statements.
COVID-19 vaccination began in Canada the week of December 13, 2020.
National vaccination coverage
In Canada, 3,487,915 people (9.18% of the population) have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. 2,857,576 people (7.52% of the population) have received only one dose and 630,339 people (1.66% of the population) have received two doses.

Figure 1.
Cumulative percent
of people who have received
at least one dose
of a COVID-19 vaccine in Canada by jurisdiction, March 20, 2021
Hover over the map to see the cumulative number or percent of people vaccinated in Canada and each jurisdiction over time.

Canada
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Cumulative percent of thepopulation who have received atleast one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine
The cumulative percent of the population who have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine in Canada was 9.18%, as of March 20, 2021.
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Note
The number of people who have received two doses appears as “not available” for Quebec as they only reported on the number of people who have been vaccinated and did not break down their data by the number of doses. As very few second doses have been administered in Quebec, all reported vaccine recipients are included in this report as having received one dose. Use caution when comparing data over time. Some increases are due to jurisdictions providing their first reports on different weeks. Reporting delays can result in artificial changes in weekly counts. Information is subject to change and may differ from provincial and territorial reports, depending on the timing of updates (see limitations).

Figure 1: Text description
Key populations
The National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) recommends that we prioritize certain key populations for early vaccination. During stage 1, NACI recommends that vaccines be initially offered to:

Residents and staff of congregate living settings that provide care for seniors
Adults 70 years of age and older, beginning with adults 80 years of age and older, then decreasing the age limit by 5-year increments to age 70 years as supply becomes available
Health care workers (including all those who work in health care settings and personal support workers whose work involves direct contact with patients)
Adults living in Indigenous communities, which include First Nations, Métis, and Inuit communities, where infection can have disproportionate consequences such as those living in remote or isolated areas where access to health care may be limited.
Please refer to NACI statements for the latest NACI recommendations.

Figure 2.
Cumulative percent
of people in key population groups who have received one dose or two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine in Canada by report week, March 20, 2021
Hover over bars to see the cumulative number or percent of people vaccinated over time.

Adults aged 80 and older
59.69% of adults aged 80 and older have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. 51.13% have received only one dose and 8.56% have received two doses.
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75.38% of health care workers have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. 50.66% have received only one dose and 24.72% have received two doses.
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Adults in group living settings for seniors
91.05% of adults in group living settings for seniors have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. 53.52% have received only one dose and 37.53% have received two doses.
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26 Dec 2020
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Data on health care workers targeted for priority vaccination and adults in group living settings for seniors should be interpreted with caution due to potential misclassification of key populations as well as an under- or overestimation of the denominator used to estimate vaccination coverage. For more information on key populations, see definitions. Use caution when comparing data over time. Some increases are due to provinces and territories providing their first reports on different weeks. Reporting delays can result in artificial changes in weekly counts. Information is subject to change and may differ from provincial and territorial reports (see limitations).

Figure 2: Text description
Figure 3.
Cumulative percent
of people in key populations who have received
at least one dose
of a COVID-19 vaccine in Canada by report week, March 20, 2021
Adults aged 80 and older
Health care workers targeted for priority vaccination
Group living settings for seniors
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Note
Data on health care workers targeted for priority vaccination and adults in group living settings for seniors should be interpreted with caution due to potential misclassification of key populations as well as an under- or overestimation of the denominator used to estimate vaccination coverage. For more information on key populations, see definitions. Use caution when comparing data over time. Some increases are due to provinces and territories providing their first reports on different weeks. Reporting delays can result in artificial changes in weekly counts. Information is subject to change and may differ from provincial and territorial reports (see limitations).

Figure 3: Text description
Vaccination coverage by age, sex, and province or territory
As of March 20, 2021

11.57% of females have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. 9.24% have received only one dose and 2.34% have received two doses.
6.69% of males have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. 5.74% have received only one dose and 0.95% have received two doses.
Figure 4.
Cumulative number
of people who have received
at least one dose
of a COVID-19 vaccine in
Canada
by age group and sex, March 20, 2021
Hover over bars to see the cumulative number or percent of people vaccinated so far.

Female
Male
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Cumulative number of people vaccinated
Age group
* The number of people included in this category is less than five.

Note
The number of people who have received two doses appears as “not available” for Quebec as they only reported on the number of people who have been vaccinated and did not break down their data by the number of doses. As very few second doses have been administered in Quebec, all reported vaccine recipients are included in this report as having received one dose. Due to data issues for Newfoundland and Labrador, the number of people with unknown sex and age who have received at least one dose is lower than those who have received two doses. This data was removed from the total for Canada. As the issue is being resolved, updates will be provided in future reports. Information is subject to change and may differ from provincial and territorial reports (see limitations). If only one province or territory has a category with a value of less than five, we remove its value from the national totals for privacy reasons.

Figure 4: Text description
Coverage by vaccine product
As of March 20, 2021:

6.69% of people in Canada have received at least one dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. 5.49% have received only one dose and 1.20% have received two doses.
1.66% of people in Canada have received at least one dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. 1.21% have received only one dose and 0.45% have received two doses.
0.81% of people in Canada have received at least one dose of the COVISHIELD COVID-19 vaccine. 0.81% have received only one dose and 0.00% have received two doses.
No one in Canada has received the AstraZeneca or Janssen COVID-19 vaccines yet.
Figure 5.
Cumulative number
of people who have received
at least one dose
of a COVID-19 vaccine in
Canada
by vaccine product and report week, March 20, 2021
Hover over bars to see the cumulative number or percent of people vaccinated by vaccine product and report week. Click on a label in the legend or a segment of a bar to show only data for a specific vaccine product.

Pfizer-BioNTech
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Note
The number of people who have received two doses appears as “not available” for Quebec as they only reported on the number of people who have been vaccinated and did not break down their data by the number of doses. As very few second doses have been administered in Quebec, all reported vaccine recipients are included in this report as having received one dose. Reporting delays can result in artificial changes in weekly counts. Information is subject to change and may differ from provincial and territorial reports (see limitations).

Figure 5: Text description
Acknowledgements
This weekly report would not be possible without the collaboration of provincial and territorial public health partners as well as members of the Pan-Canadian Public Health Network’s Canadian Immunization Registries and Coverage Network (CIRC). We would also like to thank Statistics Canada and Indigenous Services Canada for providing population data and everyone taking part in the COVID-19 vaccination rollout in Canada.

Suggested citation
Public Health Agency of Canada. Canadian COVID-19 vaccination coverage report. Ottawa: Public Health Agency of Canada; March 26, 2021. https://health-infobase.canada.ca/covid-19/vaccination-coverage/

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