A full list of participating pharmacies can be found on the Alberta Blue Cross website. The first eligible people in group 2B began booking appointments last week.
Those born between 1957 and 1973 with high-risk underlying health conditions.
Across the province, nearly 4,000 new cases of COVID-19 were added over the long weekend, with 1,081 new cases recorded on April 1; 1,071 on April 2; 948 on April 3; and 887 on April 4.
As of Monday, 707,482 vaccine doses had been administered, and 116,198 Albertans had been fully vaccinated with two doses.
This information comes as the province reports 887 new cases of COVID-19 over the last 24 hours, with 432 being variants of concern.
There were 312 people in hospital, including 76 in intensive care.
The Alberta government's Emergency Management Cabinet Committee is meeting Tuesday morning - a day earlier than was expected - though no details have been provided about what specifically is being discussed.
Alberta's chief medical officer of health and premier will take questions from reporters for the first time after the Easter weekend as the province's COVID-19 situation continues to worsen. Between the three sites, 26 cases of COVID-19 have been identified, with three cases identified as the P.1 variant, but Hinshaw said they expect more cases of the variant to emerge as they continue to screen COVID-19 samples. "We also must balance the public desire for info with protecting patient confidentiality".
Hinshaw says so far three of those infections are confirmed to be the more risky Brazilian variant, but she adds that's likely to increase as more results come in.
She says there has also been an outbreak of five cases - one linked to the Brazilian variant - at a separate Calgary zone workplace.