COVID-19 vaccines available at 14 more pharmacies

Islanders who have not yet received their first dose of vaccine can now book appointments at 26 Island pharmacies, thanks to an increase in vaccine supplies. 

The Moderna vaccine is now available at 14 more Island pharmacies to anyone age 18 and over who has not already received their first dose of vaccine. Individuals who are eligible can contact partner pharmacies directly to book their appointment. 

 “The collaboration between government, pharmacists and pharmacy teams plays a very important role in the delivery of PEI’s vaccine rollout,” said Minister of Health and Wellness, Ernie Hudson. “With more local pharmacies jumping on board, Islanders can access COVID-19 vaccines closer to home.”

“This expansion will play a key role in protecting Islanders and helping us work together to reach our goal of having 80% of eligible Island residents fully vaccinated,” said Dr. Morrison. “Each person who is vaccinated protects themselves, their friends, family and the entire province.”

As of Saturday, a total of 129,054 doses of vaccine have been administered in PEI, with 77.5 per cent of eligible Islanders having received at least one dose and 14.3 per cent of eligible Islanders receiving two doses. Information about PEI’s COVID-19 vaccination data is available online. 

“Pharmacists are thrilled to be part of this important vaccination effort in our province”, said Erin MacKenzie, executive director, PEI Pharmacists Association. “With additional opportunities to receive the vaccine in our communities, we will be able to get more Islanders protected in a shorter period of time.”

Individuals aged 12 and older are eligible to book first doses at provincial immunization clinics; and anyone 18 and older can book their first dose at a provincial immunization clinic or at one of the 26 participating pharmacies across the province.

Get more information on PEI’s COVID-19 vaccine roll-out and appointment booking

Media contact:
Ron Ryder
Department of Fisheries and Communities


Appointments for COVID-19 vaccines are available at the following pharmacies:

Prince County:

  • Bob's Pharmacy - 248 Phillip St, Tignish
  • Loblaw Pharmacy #314 - (Superstore location) 535 Granville Street, Summerside
  • Medicine Shoppe - 152 Poplar St, Alberton
  • Medicine Shoppe - 500 Main St, O’Leary 
  • Medicine Shoppe - 54 Central St, Summerside 
  • Murphy's Pharmacy - 13 Locations, Island-wide 
  • O’Leary PharmaChoice - 536 Main Street, O’Leary
  • Sobeys/Lawtons Pharmacies  
  • Walmart Pharmacy - Summerside 

Kings County:

  • Loblaw Pharmacy #388 - 509 Main St, Box 1510, Montague
  • McKenna’s PharmaChoice - 50 Queens Road Montague 
  • Murphy's Pharmacy - 13 Locations, Island-wide 
  • Pharmasave Montague - 521 Main Street, Montague
  • Pharmasave Souris - 175 Main Street, Souris
  • Sobeys/Lawtons Pharmacies 
  • Souris Remedys Rx - 51 Main Street, Souris 

Queens County:

  • Cornwall Pharmasave - 25 Meadowbank Rd, Cornwall
  • Hunter River Pharmacy - Hopeton Rd, Hunter River 
  • Loblaw Pharmacy #386 - 680 University Ave, Charlottetown
  • Loblaw Pharmacy #376 - 465 University Ave, Charlottetown
  • Murphy's Pharmacy - 13 Locations, Island-wide
  • Sherwood Drug Mart - 19 Brackley Point Road, Charlottetown
  • Shoppers Drug Mart - 675 University Avenue, Charlottetown
  • Shoppers Drug Mart - 403 University Avenue, Charlottetown
  • Shoppers Drug Mart - 172 Queen St, Charlottetown
  • Shoppers Drug Mart - 9 Kinlock Rd, Stratford
  • Sobeys/Lawtons Pharmacies
  • Southshore Pharmacy - 20557 Trans Canada Highway, Crapaud
  • Walmart Pharmacy - Charlottetown

General Inquiries

Department of Health and Wellness
4th Floor North, Shaw Building
105 Rochford Street
Charlottetown, PE   C1A 7N8

Phone: 902-368-6414
Fax: 902-368-4121