COVID-19 Vaccine

We are taking information currently for the Pfizer vaccine when it arrives in our store. Join the waitlist by filling out our waitlist form. When stock arrives, an email will be sent for you to sign up for an appointment. Be on the lookout for this as spots fill up quickly. Appointments are expected to open up for 2a/b category week of Apr 21(Wednesday) so please be ready to book your appointment when you get the email.


There are 2 waitlists, one is for 1,2a,2b and the other is for 2c(healthcare workers). Please make sure to join the correct list. Please list under notes your chronic condition which qualifies you for your category.

Link to waitlist here (☚ Click to join waitlist)



The COVID-19 vaccine cannot be administered within 14 days of any other vaccination. You must wait 28 days or more to receive any other vaccine after your second COVID-19 dose.

In order to receive the COVID-19 vaccination, you must be asymptomatic and not had a positive COVID-19 test result in the last 14 days.

The COVID-19 vaccination is a two dose vaccine. You will be booking an appointment for the first dose only. You will receive a reminder when it is time to book your second dose from our pharmacy.

Due to the limited availability of daily doses, you must contact the pharmacy immediately if you cannot make your scheduled appointment.

Who is eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine through a pharmacy?

We are immunizing Albertans who are part of Phase 2B. Albertans who are part of Phase 1B and Phase 2A remain eligible.

Albertans eligible for Phase 1B include:

  • Individuals 75 years of age and older (born in 1946 or earlier)

Albertans eligible for Phase 2A include:

  • Individuals 65 to 74 years of age (born between 1956 and 1947)
  • First Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples 50 years of age and older (born in 1971 or earlier)
  • Staff and senior residents of licensed supportive living facilities not previously eligible

Albertans eligible for Phase 2B include:

  • Individuals 16 to 64 years of age (born between 2005 and 1957) with high-risk health conditions including cancer patients, transplant recipients and individuals with disabilities, dementia and other conditions that put them at higher risk of severe outcomes from COVID-19. More specific information on each underlying health condition, including examples, is available on the Government of Alberta website.