October 24, 2021

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Immunity in Canada 57.8% | COVID-19 | News | Is good

Immunity in Canada 57.8% |  COVID-19 |  News |  Is good

LThe data submitted in this article was updated on Wednesday, May 26, 2021, at 11:00 PM. In addition, 21,300 new doses have been distributed to states and territories, for a total of 25,390,194 doses to date.

Provinces and territories use 86.41% of their available vaccine stocks.

Quebec has given 59,965 new doses, up from a total of 5,111,646 so far. The province gave doses at a rate of 59.74%.

In addition, no new vaccine has been delivered to Quebec, for a total of 5,829,449 doses so far.

68% of the province’s population has received enough vaccine to provide a single dose. The province used 87.69% of the vaccine supply.

Ontario has so far given 135,308 new doses out of a total of 8,386,950 doses. The province gave doses at a rate of 57.01%.

In addition, no new vaccine has been delivered to Ontario, for a total of 10,036,905 doses so far.

The province received enough vaccine to provide a single dose to 68% of its population and used 83.56% of its vaccine supply.

Note that Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Territories generally do not publish daily reports.

New Brunswick has given 56,875 doses in the last seven days, for a total of 430,814 doses so far. The province gave doses at a rate of 55.12%.

In addition, 21,300 new vaccines have been distributed to New Brunswick, for a total of 491,685 doses to date.

63% of the province’s population received enough vaccine to provide a single dose.

The province used 87.49% of the vaccine supply.

Newfoundland and Labrador have delivered 32,158 new doses over the past seven days, bringing the total to 279,886 so far. The province gave doses at a rate of 53.45%.

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In addition, the new vaccine has not been distributed to Newfoundland and Labradors, with a total of 330,290 doses distributed so far.

63% of the province’s population received enough vaccine to provide a single dose.

The state used 84.74% of its vaccine supply.

Prince Edward Island has given 9,763 doses in the last seven days, for a total of 83,741 doses so far. The province gave doses at a rate of 52.79%.

In addition, no new vaccine has been delivered to Prince Edward Island, bringing the total to 97,405 doses.

61% of the province’s population has received enough vaccine to provide a single dose.

The province used 85.97% of the vaccine supply.

Nova Scotia has given 78,518 doses in the last seven days, for a total of 521,053 doses so far. The province gave doses at a rate of 53.39%.

In addition, no new vaccine has been delivered to Nova Scotia, with a total of 598,800 doses distributed so far. 61% of the province’s population has received enough vaccine to provide a single dose.

The province used 87.02% of the vaccine supply.

So far Manitoba has not given new doses for a total of 761,132 doses. The province gave doses at a rate of 55.27%.

In addition, no new vaccine has been delivered to Manitoba, with a total of 878,980 doses distributed so far.

64% of the province’s population has received enough vaccine to provide a single dose.

The province used 86.59% of the vaccine supply.

Saskatchewan has so far given 4,654 new doses out of a total of 669,847 doses. The province gave doses at a rate of 56.81%.

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In addition, no new vaccine has been delivered to Saskatchewan, with a total of 752,795 doses so far.

64% of the province’s population has received enough vaccine to provide a single dose.

The province used 88.98% of the vaccine supply.

Alberta has given 26,260 new doses out of a total of 2,578,577 doses to date. The province gave doses at a rate of 58.56%.

In addition, no new vaccine has been delivered to Alberta, with a total of 2,708,685 doses distributed so far.

62% of the province’s population has received enough vaccine to provide a single dose.

The province used 95.2% of the vaccine supply.

British Columbia has so far given 52,464 new doses to 2,979,951 doses. The province gave doses at a rate of 58.01%.

In addition, no new vaccine has been delivered to British Columbia, with a total of 3,499,560 doses so far.

68% of the province’s population has received enough vaccine to provide a single dose.

The state used 85.16% of its vaccine supply.

Yukon has so far given 252 new doses out of a total of 52,360 doses. The territory gave doses at the rate of 125.47%.

In addition, the new vaccine has not been delivered to the Yukon, up to a total of 57,020 doses.

The territory has received enough vaccines to give a single dose to 140% of this population.

The territory used 91.83% of its vaccine supply.

To date a total of 52,237 doses have not been given new doses by the Northwest Territories. The territory gave doses at a rate of 115.78%.

In addition, the new vaccine has not been distributed to northwestern territories, up to a total of 63,510 doses.

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The territory has received enough vaccines to give a single dose to 140% of this population.

The territory used 82.25% of its vaccine supply.

To date, Nunavut has not given new doses for a total of 31,157 doses. The territory gave doses of 80.46%.

In addition, the new 45 vaccine was not delivered to Nunavut, up to a total of 45,100 doses.

120% of this population had enough vaccines to give a single dose.

The region used 69.08% of its vaccine supply.

These numbers are compiled by the COVID-19 Open Data Working Group, using recently publicly available data; These figures may vary from then on.