What if I only have one dose of the vaccine?

According to the Government of Alberta regulations for the REP, the date of administration of the last required dose in the series must be at least fourteen days prior to the date the patron is trying to enter.

  • Up to October 25: At least one dose is required at least 14 days prior
  • October 25 and later: Two doses of a two-dose series are required, with the second at least 14 days prior (Note that the Janssen vaccine is the only approved vaccine that requires only a single dose for a complete series - if an individual received one dose of a Janssen vaccine at least two weeks prior, this would be considered sufficient).

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1. What is the Restrictions Exemption Program (REP)?
2. How will this be implemented?
3. What is considered proof of vaccination?
4. What does it mean to show proof of a negative COVID test?
5. What does it mean to show proof of a Medical Exemption?
6. Where is this program taking place?
7. What if I need to enter the building to pay an invoice or register my child for programming?
8. Do I have to show proof of vaccination to watch my children's programs or bring them to swimming lessons?
9. Does my child have to show proof of vaccination?
10. What if I only have one dose of the vaccine?
11. Where can I get a rapid test?
12. Do I still have to wear a mask?