Immunization Booking

COVID-19

Last Updated: May 6, 2021 - 10:30 a.m.

Are you 30 or older? Book your immunization today (Pfizer / Moderna).

See details on how to book and other eligible groups below.

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Groups Eligible to Book Now

Starting May 10 — Albertans born in 2009 or before

If the group you are looking for is not listed below (or in our infographic) sign up to receive updates or view the phased rollout plan.

Note: There are currently high call volumes to 811. We recommend booking through the online booking tool or participating pharmacies when possible.

Book Online(Pfizer, Moderna)

Note: When booking through the online tool please read each of the questions carefully and answer accurately.


Those born in 1991 or before


Teachers, support staff and child care workers (details)


Healthcare workers, shelter and correctional staff, meatpacking plant staff, residents and support staff in congregate settings, caregivers (full list)


Those born between 1957 and 2009 with high-risk health conditions

Book Online

To cancel / modify an appointment visit ahs.ca/updatebooking

Contact a Pharmacy(Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca / Covishield)


Those born in 1991 or before


Teachers, support staff and child care workers (details)


Healthcare workers, shelter and correctional staff, meatpacking plant staff, residents and support staff in congregate settings, caregivers (full list)


Those born between 1957 and 2009 with high-risk health conditions


Those born in 1981 or before (AstraZeneca / Covishield)


Participating pharmacies only. No walk-ins unless stated.

Call Health Link(Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca / Covishield)


Those born in 1991 or before


Teachers, support staff and child care workers (details)


Residents of Bow Valley and the RM of Wood Buffalo born in 2003 or before


Healthcare workers, shelter and correctional staff, meatpacking plant staff, residents and support staff in congregate settings, caregivers (full list)


Those born between 1957 and 2009 with high-risk health conditions

Profoundly immunocompromised Albertans can book a second dose, see details


Those born in 1981 or before (AstraZeneca / Covishield)

Other Eligible Groups

Healthcare Workers

Starting April 12 at 8 a.m. eligible healthcare workers will be able to book via the AHS online booking tool, or through participating pharmacies. If you are unable to find an appointment, we ask that you please be patient. We expect additional appointments will open up over the following days and weeks as supply allows. Learn more in our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Homebound Individuals

AHS is providing COVID-19 immunization to homebound Albertans, as vaccine supply allows. Homebound is defined as anyone who is physically unable to leave their home, such as for medical or personal appointments. AHS will reach out to eligible Home Care clients directly in the coming weeks. You do not need to book an appointment. If you think you are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at home but you are not a Home Care client, please call Health Link at 811. Learn more.

Congregate Care Facilities

Residents living in a care home, lodge or other congregate care facility, regardless of age, will be contacted directly by their care team and do not need to book their own appointment. This only applies to complexes where residents have communal dining and do not have their own apartments / homes and condos.

Prepare For Your Appointment

  • We ask that all individuals wait in their cars until 5 minutes before their appointment and not arrive more than 10 minutes early.
  • Bring one piece of identification with you that proves your age, which could include your Alberta Health Care card, a driver's license, Social Insurance Number, birth certificate, or passport.
  • Wear clothing that will easily allow access to your upper arm for receiving the immunization.
  • Need transportation? Reach out to 211.
  • If you have needle fear or concerns about pain associated with immunization, learn more.

Learn more in our Frequently Asked Questions.

Note: We anticipate high demand for appointments and we ask everyone to be patient. We know many Albertans are anxious to get immunized. We are immunizing Albertans as quickly as we can, based on vaccine supply.