About a week ago, the Biden administration announced it would start to limit the supply of monoclonal antibodies to states.
This was a crippling blow for Florida, a state that had been at the forefront of using this treatment for COVID.
After having his supply chain cut, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis took matters into his own hands, and the Biden administration is surely not to like it very much.
I Will Get Them
DeSantis’ team was at the forefront of using monoclonal antibodies to battle against COVID.
While he was literally laughed at by the left when the treatments were first announced, the White House has since come around.
As is typical, Biden dealt a death blow to red states that had already been using the treatment by stating it would take over the dispensing of the supplies, effectively killing the supply chain.
With a severe reduction in doses, DeSantis decided to secure the medication on his own.
He turned to U.K.-based GlaxoSmithKline and went right to the source to secure 3,000 doses for Floridians.
He stated, “That’s showing that we’re going to leave no stone unturned.
“And, if there’s somebody that needs a monoclonal antibody treatment, we’re going to work hard to get it to them.”
He continued, “We’re going to be able to use that Sotrovimab to bridge some of the gaps that are gonna be developing as a result of the Biden administration dramatically cutting medications to the state of Florida.”
It will be interesting to see how the Biden administration reacts and if it tries to block him from making future purchases.
Source: Just the News