Coronavirus: Trudeau won't confirm date of receiving Moderna and Pfizer vaccines

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau didn’t confirm the exact date of when Canada can expect to roll out and provide doses of COVID-19 vaccines developed by Moderna and Pfizer, after both pharmaceutical companies' vaccines showed high rates of success. Asked to confirm Ontario’s health minister’s announcement on Wednesday on receiving 6 million doses of both vaccines beginning January 2021, he said there are still many preliminary discussions ongoing.