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A look at COVID-19 vaccinations in Canada on Thursday April 29, 2021

The latest figures on COVID-19 vaccinations in Canada will be available starting Thursday, April 29, 2021 at 10:30 p.m. (CET). In Canada, the provinces report 305,605 new vaccinations given for a total of 13,131,871 administered doses. Nationwide, 1,082,053 people or 2.9 percent of the population were fully vaccinated. The provinces have administered doses at the rate of 34,649,397 per 100,000. 256,620 new vaccines have been delivered to the provinces and territories, for a total of 14,711,964 doses to date. The provinces and territories have used 89.26 percent of their available vaccine supply. Please note that Newfoundland and Labrador, PEI, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and the territories do not typically report on a daily basis. Newfoundland and Labrador report 25,231 new vaccinations given in the past seven days for a total of 170,078 doses administered. The province has administered doses at the rate of 324,805 per 1,000. In the province, 1.85 percent (9,676) of the population are fully vaccinated. 12,870 new vaccines have been delivered to Newfoundland and Labrador, for a total of 200,750 doses to date. The province received enough vaccine to give a single dose to 38 percent of its population. The province has used 84.72 percent of its available vaccine supply. PEI reports 6,924 new vaccinations administered in the last seven days for a total of 53,202 doses administered. The province has administered doses at the rate of 335,386 per 1,000. In the province, 6.67 percent (10,585) of the population is fully vaccinated. 3,510 new vaccines have been delivered to PEI for a total of 61,735 doses to date. The province received enough vaccine to give 39 percent of its population a single dose. The province has used 86.18 percent of its available vaccine supply. Nova Scotia reports 56,875 new vaccinations given in the last seven days for a total of 304,187 doses administered. The province has administered doses at the rate of 311.70 per 1,000. In the province, 3.69 percent (35,994) of the population is fully vaccinated. 26,910 new vaccines have been delivered to Nova Scotia for a total of 372,850 doses to date. The province received enough vaccine to give a single dose to 38 percent of its population. The province has used 81.58 percent of its available vaccine supply. New Brunswick reports 38,118 new vaccinations given in the past seven days for a total of 257,057 doses administered. The province has administered doses at the rate of 329,543 per 1,000. In the province, 3.32 percent (25,888) of the population were fully vaccinated. 21,060 new vaccines have been delivered to New Brunswick, for a total of 298,495 doses to date. The province received enough vaccine to give a single dose to 38 percent of its population. The province has used 86.12 percent of its available vaccine supply. Quebec reports 72,303 new vaccinations given for a total of 3,039,512 administered doses. The province has administered doses at the rate of 355,222 per 1,000. No new vaccines have been shipped to Quebec; a total of 3,298,629 doses have been administered to date. The province received enough vaccine to give 39 percent of its population a single dose. The province has used 92.14 percent of its available vaccine supply. Ontario reports 120,567 new vaccinations given for a total of 5,027,770 doses administered. The province has been delivering doses at the rate of 342.28 per 1,000. In the province, 2.51 percent (368,403) of the population are fully vaccinated. 7,020 new vaccines have been shipped to Ontario for a total of 5,644,975 doses to date. The province received enough vaccine to give a single dose to 38 percent of its population. The province has used 89.07 percent of its available vaccine supply. Manitoba reports 10,116 new vaccinations given for a total of 457,147 doses administered. The province has been delivering doses at the rate of 331,987 per 1,000. In the province, 5.27 percent (72,502) of the population were fully vaccinated. 29,640 new vaccines have been shipped to Manitoba for a total of 553,890 doses to date. The province received enough vaccine to give 40 percent of its population a single dose. The province has used 82.53 percent of its available vaccine supply. Saskatchewan reports 6,218 new vaccinations given for a total of 421,981 doses administered. The province has been delivering doses at the rate of 357,868 per 1,000. In the province, 3.73 percent (44,000) of the population are fully vaccinated. 31,590 new vaccines have been delivered to Saskatchewan for a total of 460,755 doses to date. The province received enough vaccine to give 39 percent of its population a single dose. The province has used 91.58 percent of its available vaccine supply. Alberta reports 31,313 new vaccinations given for a total of 1,528,569 doses administered. The province has administered doses at the rate of 347,241 per 1,000. In the province, 6.65 percent (292,765) of the population are fully vaccinated. 119,340 new vaccines have been shipped to Alberta for a total of 1,694,975 doses to date. The province received enough vaccine to give 39 percent of its population a single dose. The province has used 90.18 percent of its available vaccine supply. British Columbia reports 43,966 new vaccinations given for a total of 1,749,375 doses administered. The province has administered doses at the rate of 340,904 per 1,000. In the province, 1.76 percent (90,296) of the population are fully vaccinated. 4,680 new vaccines have been shipped to British Columbia for a total of 1,972,490 doses to date. The province received enough vaccine to give a single dose to 38 percent of its population. The province has used 88.69 percent of its available vaccine supply. Yukon reports 189 new vaccinations given for a total of 48,131 doses administered. The area has administered doses at the rate of 1,153,363 per 1,000. In this area, 53.38 percent (22,274) of the population were fully vaccinated. No new vaccines have been delivered to Yukon, with a total of 54,320 doses administered to date. The area received enough vaccine to give 130 percent of its population a single dose. The area has consumed 88.61 percent of its available vaccine supply. The Northwest Territories do not report new vaccinations for a total of 46,800 doses administered. The area has administered doses at the rate of 1,037,257 per 1,000. In this area, 46.42 percent (20,943) of the population were fully vaccinated. No new vaccines have been delivered to the Northwest Territories and a total of 56,300 doses have been administered to date. The area has received enough vaccine to give a single dose to 120 percent of its population. The area has consumed 83.13 percent of its available vaccine supply. Nunavut reports 249 new vaccinations given for a total of 28,062 administered doses. The area has been delivering doses at the rate of 724,629 per 1,000. In this area, 31.83 percent (12,328) of the population were fully vaccinated. No new vaccines have been delivered to Nunavut, with a total of 41,800 doses to date. The area received enough vaccine to give a single dose to 110 percent of its population. The area has consumed 67.13 percent of its available vaccine supply. * Notes on data: The numbers are compiled by the COVID-19 Open Data Working Group based on the latest publicly available data and are subject to change. Note that some provinces report weekly while others report the same day or figures from the previous day. The vaccine doses given do not correspond to the number of people vaccinated, as the approved vaccines require two doses per person. The vaccines are not currently given to children under the age of 18 and children with certain health problems. In some cases, the number of doses administered appears to exceed the number of doses distributed as some provinces have withdrawn additional doses per vial. This report was automatically generated by The Canadian Press Digital Data Desk and first published on April 29, 2021. The Canadian Press

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