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Newfoundland reported a total of 68,951 doses of 13,720 new vaccines administered in the last seven days. The province has provided levels at a rate of 131.679 per 1,000. In the province, 1.84 per cent (9,654) of the population is fully vaccinated. A total of 16,380 new vaccines were administered to Newfoundland in 101,660 doses. The vaccine is available in 19 percent of the population in the province. The province has utilized 67.83 per cent of the available vaccine distribution.

The PEI reported a total of 21,712 doses of 1,454 new vaccines in the last seven days. The province has provided levels at a rate of 136.873 per 1,000. In the province, 4.04 per cent (6,406) of the population is fully vaccinated. A total of 4,680 new vaccines were administered to PEI in 31,885 doses. The province has enough vaccine to give a single dose to 20 percent of its population. The province has utilized 68.09 per cent of the available vaccine distribution.

Nova Scotia reported 29,192 new vaccines administered in the last seven days for a total of 106,623 doses. The province has provided levels at a rate of 109.256 per 1,000. In the province, 2.93 per cent (28,552) of the population is fully vaccinated. 30,731 new vaccines have been given to Nova Scotia for a total of 186,050 doses so far. The vaccine is available in 19 percent of the population in the province. The province has utilized 57.31 per cent of the available vaccine distribution.

New Brunswick reported a total of 100,798 doses of 30,838 new vaccines administered in the last seven days. The province has provided levels at a rate of 129.222 per 1,000. In the province, 1.57 per cent (12,230) of the population is fully vaccinated. A total of 24,570 new vaccines were administered to New Brunswick for a total of 147,685 doses. The vaccine is available in 19 percent of the population in the province. The province has utilized 68.25 per cent of the available vaccine distribution.

Quebec reported 42,323 new vaccines administered for a total of 1,391,649 doses. The province has provided levels of 162.639 per 1,000. A total of 1,652,883 doses of -22 new vaccines were given in Quebec. The vaccine is available in 19 percent of the population in the province. The province has used 84.2 per cent of the available vaccine distribution.

Ontario reported administering 84,060 new vaccines for a total of 2,276,313 doses. The province has provided levels at a rate of 154.966 per 1,000. In the province, 2.16 per cent (317,715) of the population is fully vaccinated. A total of 472,130 new vaccines were administered to Ontario in 2,825,795 doses. The vaccine is available in 19 percent of the population in the province. The province has used 80.55 per cent of the available vaccine distribution.

Manitoba reported 7,466 new vaccines for a total of 191,029 doses. The province has provided levels at a rate of 138.728 per 1,000. In the province, 4.23 per cent (58,222) of the population is fully vaccinated. A total of 40,950 new vaccines were administered to Manitoba in 289,130 ​​doses. The province has enough vaccine to give a single dose to 21 percent of its population. The province has used 66.07 per cent of the available vaccine distribution.

Saskatchewan reported 7,706 new vaccines for a total of 200,633 doses. The province has provided levels at a rate of 170.15 per 1,000. In the province, 3.22 per cent (37,958) of the population is fully vaccinated. A total of 44,470 new vaccines were administered to Saskatchewan in 232,495 doses. The province has enough vaccine to give a single dose to 20 percent of its population. The province has used 86.3 per cent of the available vaccine distribution.

Alberta reported 18,013 new vaccines for a total of 653,010 doses. The province has provided levels at a rate of 148.342 per 1,000. In the province, 2.36 per cent (103,926) of the population is fully vaccinated. Alberta has so far received 150,900 new vaccines for a total of 848,315 doses. The vaccine is available in 19 percent of the population in the province. The province has used 76.98 per cent of the available vaccine distribution.

British Columbia reported 32,169 new vaccines for a total of 788,249 doses. The province has provided levels of 153.608 per 1,000. In the province, 1.70 per cent (87,394) of the population is fully vaccinated. A total of 8,190 new vaccines were administered to British Columbia for a total of 989,250 doses. The vaccine is available in 19 percent of the population in the province. The province has used 79.68 per cent of the available vaccine distribution.

Yukon reports a total of 35,114 new vaccines are being administered. The area is rated at 841.437 per 1,000. In the region, 27.12 percent (11,316) of the population is fully vaccinated. Yukon was given zero new vaccines for a total of 51,400 doses so far. The region has enough vaccine to give a single dose to 120 percent of its population. The region has utilized 68.32 per cent of the available vaccine supply.

The Northwest Territories reported zero new vaccines administered for a total of 37,655 doses. The area is rated at 834.571 per 1,000. In the region, 30.88 percent (13,933) of the population is fully vaccinated. Zero new vaccines have been given to the Northwest Territories for a total of 51,600 doses so far. The area has enough vaccine to give a single dose to 110 percent of the population. The region has used 72.97 per cent of the available vaccine supply.

Nunavut reports 197 new vaccines given for a total of 21,012 doses. The regions managed the scale at a rate of 542.581 per 1,000. In the region, 19.99 percent (7,740) of the population is fully vaccinated. Zero new vaccines were given to Nunavut for a total of 37,500 doses so far. Enough vaccine is available in this area to give a single dose to 97 percent of the population. The region has utilized 56.03 per cent of the available vaccine distribution.

* Data Notes: Statistics are compiled by the COVID-19 Open Data Task Force and are updated based on the latest data available to the public. Note that some provinces report weekly, while others report statistics for the same day or the day before. Because approved vaccines require two doses per person, vaccine levels are not equal to the number of people vaccinated. These vaccines are not currently given to children under 18 and those with certain health conditions. In some cases, the number of sizes administered may be greater than the number of sizes distributed because some provinces are drawing extra sizes per bottle.

This report was automatically generated by the Canadian Press Digital Data Desk, which was first released on April 1, 2021.

The Canadian Press

Sophia Harrison

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I'm Sophia Harrison working as a part-time staff at the Costco since the past year until I become as an author at the iron blade, hope I can use my experiences with the supermarkets here.

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