More than 66,000 Canadians have received a COVID-19 vaccine, according to the COVID-19 Canada Open Data Working Group, in a landmark vaccination effort against the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The first COVID-19 vaccines were injected into the arms of Canadians on Dec. 14, 2020, just nine months after the World Health Organization declared the novel coronavirus a global pandemic.
Canada has since secured more than 400 million vaccine doses from multiple manufacturers, including 60 million from Pfizer and Moderna — the only two COVID-19 vaccines currently approved in the country.
The landmark vaccination effort is focusing first on Canadians who have been hardest hit by the virus such as staff and residents of long-term care homes and frontline health-care workers, but governments plan to expand vaccine distribution as more doses become approved and available.
As the country enters this new phase of the ongoing fight against COVID-19, is tracking the daily and cumulative vaccine doses administered across Canada by surveying the data from public health units.
Vaccines doses administered in Canada
Vaccine doses administered by province or territory
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The page also breaks down the number of inoculations in each province and territory, keeping a detailed history in each area, including links to government data and the number of doses allotted to each province. The interactive map also outlines the number of COVID-19 doses given out as a percentage of the countrys population. is tallying vaccination numbers across the country based on statements from public health agencies. This map will be updated as agencies release their numbers.
The interactive chart below from Our World in Data details the number of COVID-19 doses administered per 100 people of the population for other countries, comparing where Canada lands.
This graph from Our World in Data shows the total number of vaccination doses administered in countries around the world counted as a single dose. The chart does not measure the number of people vaccinated, which usually requires two doses.
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. 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, 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.