Now that over 3 million COVID-19 vaccine doses have been received in Canada, the federal government has shared a new map detailing the figures.

The map, posted by Canadian Minister of Health Patty Hajdu via Twitter, shows the number of doses received by Canadians in each province and territory.

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Ontario, which has the largest population of all Canada’s provinces, had administered 1,243,132 doses as of March 16, 2021. Quebec was next-up, having administered a total of 774,600 doses as of the same date.

Regions with smaller populations, such as P.E.I., Nunavut and Yukon, have given out fewer doses, with 15,999, 16,873 and 30,569 administered respectively.

As part of her message, Hajdu reiterated the government’s promise that any Canadians who want a vaccine will be able to get one by September 2021.

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