Canada is facing more delays in acquiring its COVID-19 vaccine supply.

Major General Dani Fortin, the head of the country’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout task force, said the promised 249,000 doses from Moderna for the week of February 22nd will be short.

Fortin said the manufacturer has not specified why the delay is happening. However, Moderna is still committed to providing 2-million doses to Canada by the end of March.

Canada has administered just over 1-million doses of COVID-19 vaccine so far. Officials said 870,000 people have received the first dose of the vaccine and over 100,000 have received the second dose and are now considered to be fully vaccinated against the virus.