According to Justin Trudeau, the COVID-19 vaccines should be in the arms of Canadians and not in freezers.\nThe PM made the comments in his press conference Tuesday and said that he is growing impatient along with millions of Canadians. \nEditor's Choice: Alberta Responds To Claims That Unused COVID-19 Vaccines Are Being Tossed In The Trash\n\n\n\n“\n\n\nAll Canadians, including me, are frustrated to see vaccines in freezers and not in people's arms. \n\n\nPrime Minister Justin Trudeau\n\n\nTrudeau was asked by reporters what can be done by levels of government regarding COVID-19 vaccines that have been allegedly sitting in freezers.\nHe responded by saying he, along with Canadians, are "frustrated" to see vaccines in freezers and "not in people's arms." \n"We're going to continue working closely with the provinces both to deliver vaccines to the provinces and to support them in terms of getting more vaccines out to vulnerable populations and front line workers as quickly as possible," he said.\nAdditionally, Trudeau said that Canada has been able to successfully ramp up vaccine deliveries over the last few weeks. Still, he said that it's time to accelerate the process. \nAccording to him, premiers will be meeting on Thursday to discuss the matter further in their first meeting of 2021.\nThey will look into "how the federal government can support and help in getting these vaccines even more quickly out to Canadians."