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The Municipal Emergency Plan remains activated to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. Wear a mask and get vaccinated.

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COVID-19 - Mobile vaccination locations

Our mobile vaccination program is for adults only as we do not have the child appropriate dose. To book an appointment for your child aged 5-11 please call 811 or visit Alberta Health Services.

Expect delays due to high demand for booster shots. Our partners are doing their best to manage the situation at the sites. We appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding at this busy time. No appointments are required and this is first come, first served.  We will provide first, second, and booster doses for adults.

We are currently out of Pfizer at our mobile vaccination stations. AHS recommends to take the first mRNA vaccine available to you. Both Pfizer and Moderna offer a high level of protection. However, those 18 to 29 should wait for Pfizer.

The City of Calgary has partnered with the Industry for Vaccinations and the Alberta Government to bring mobile COVID vaccinations to communities in Calgary. These mobile vaccination stations will be throughout Calgary helping remove barriers to vaccination by providing equitable and convenient access to vaccines. 

Please see the schedule below for a day, time and location that works best for you.

If you have a barrier to vaccination, please call 311 and they can find resources to help you. 

Do I need an appointment to get vaccinated?

You do not need to book an appointment. You can drop-in during our hours of operation to get vaccinated.  A ticketing system will be established at locations experiencing high public demand on a first come, first served basis. Once maximum capacity has been reached, we cannot guarantee availability for the remainder of the day at this location. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding at this busy time.

What do I need to bring?

You must bring one piece of identification that proves your age. This could include your Alberta Health Care card, a Driver's License, Social Insurance Number, Birth Certificate, or Passport.

Mobile vaccination locations

These locations will be updated frequently so please check back as we confirm new stations. Due to the mobile nature of this program the schedule is subject to change. At each outdoor site, the line will be capped based on dose availability that day – on a first come, first served basis.

Don’t see a mobile vaccination station in your community? Contact 311 to request one

Click the next button (above) for more location listings.

Question and answer

Will my vaccination information be sent to AHS?

Yes, a data entry person will input your data and provide you with a piece of paper showing your vaccination type, date and if it was your first or second or booster dose.

You can also download and print your vaccination information from

Which vaccinations will be available?

The mobile station will have both Pfizer and Moderna on site.

  • Please wear clothing that will easily allow access to your upper arm for receiving the immunization.
  • Wearing a mask is mandatory.
  • You will be asked to wait 10 to 15 minutes after you receive your shot.

Who is running this program?

The City of Calgary has partnered with Industry for Vaccination and the Alberta Government to help deliver this service in Calgary. Industry for Vaccination is a coalition of industry partners which includes TRAXX, ACESO Medical, and 19 to Zero.

To book a vaccine appointment with an AHS clinic or pharmacy visit COVID-19 vaccines and records |