President Joe Biden will address the nation Wednesday in his first press conference in months. Biden is expected to touch on the Capitol Riot investigation, the response to the pandemic and provide an update on voting rights legislation.

The news conference is set to begin at 4 p.m. ET. It will take place in the East Room of the White House. It comes just one day before his one-year anniversary as president. Biden will deliver his State of the Union address on March 1.

Biden has held just nine news conferences in his first year in office, compared to 22 from Donald Trump and 27 from Barack Obama at the same point in their terms.

Biden’s most recent speech was on Jan. 6, when he addressed the Capital Hill insurrection on its anniversary. He touched on the threats to democracy and how Trump has pushed unfounded theories such as “The Big Lie” as he claimed the 2020 election was stolen.