This is our shot

Sleeves up, Yukon. The future is looking bright.

Safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines for Yukoners age 5 and up are available. People aged 50 and over and health care workers can get a booster shot.

Widespread immunization is the best way to protect yourself and your community. COVID-19 and its variants spread easily. You can pass it on even if you do not have any symptoms.

Vaccine progress in the Yukon

Weekly territorial progress tracker: 1st and 2nd doses

Adult vaccine progress

Youth vaccine progress

Child vaccine progress

Update frequency

We last updated this tracker on January 17, 2022.

Find daily updates.

Weekly community vaccine progress by region:
People aged 18 and over

Vaccine map


North: Dawson City, Old Crow, Mayo, Keno, Stewart Crossing

West: Haines Junction, Champagne, Burwash Landing, Destruction Bay, Beaver Creek

Central: Faro, Carmacks, Braeburn, Pelly Crossing, Ross River

Southeast: Watson Lake, Teslin, Johnson's Crossing, Swift River, Tagish, Carcross

Update frequency

We update this regional map every week. We last updated it on January 17, 2022. 

Vaccine appointments

Appointments are available for Yukoners age 5 and older.

Book your appointment and find information on clinic dates and times.

Public health measures still in effect

Vaccines are our way out of this pandemic. However, as we roll out vaccines, public health measures will stay in place. This means that if you've received immunization in the Yukon or outside the territory, you must:

  • continue to follow the Safe 6 plus 1;
  • get tested when necessary; and
  • self-isolate when required.

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