Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will speak to Canadians about COVID-19 Tuesday morning.
He will be speaking from Rideau Cottage at 11:15 a.m.
His address comes as criticism over the government’s COVID-19 vaccine roll-out continues.
The Public Health Agency of Canada says Ottawa plans to distribute more than 70,000 Pfizer-BiotNTech vaccine doses this week ahead of a major ramp-up, but no Moderna doses are on the schedule.
Trudeau has maintained that delivery delays are temporary and that Pfizer and Moderna tell him Canada is still on track to receive six million doses by the end of March.