As of Monday, May 10, Alberta's COVID-19 vaccine bookings are open to everyone aged 12 and above.

This means that anyone born in 2009 and earlier can book their vaccines, and there are three ways Albertans can schedule their appointments.

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Alberta Health Services lists three different ways people can sign up for an appointment: By calling 811, booking online, or making an appointment directly through a participating pharmacy.

To book online through AHS, all you have to do is click "book online" on the site and follow the prompts. Once you hit the landing page, you will need to fill out your personal information before selecting a time slot for your appointment.

AHS says there are longer than average wait times through 811 at present. So, if you're not a fan of sitting on hold, you can also look through Alberta's Blue Cross to see which nearby pharmacies are giving out COVID-19 vaccines. There are drop-down menus that will refine your search to link you up to the closest pharmacy near you and you can give them a call directly.