Chip Roy presses Biden administration for answers as monoclonal rationing leaves sick Texans without potential treatment

Rep. Chip Roy (TX-21) sent a letter to Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra last week demanding answers about why department's rationing of monoclonal antibody (mAb) treatments for COVID has left Texans without potential treatment against the latest COVID strain. The letter comes after the state of Texas' treatment sites ran out sotrovimab — … Continue reading Chip Roy presses Biden administration for answers as monoclonal rationing leaves sick Texans without potential treatment

Blackburn, Rubio, colleagues introduce bill to stop Biden from politicizing COVID treatments

The TREAT Act would nullify the Biden Administration’s recent policy requiring hospitals and other facilities to work through states to receive mAb supplies as well as cease the administration’s ability to throttle the state’s supply of this lifesaving treatment.

ALG EXCLUSIVE: Biden lied about monoclonal antibody shortage when cutting off care to red states

A tipster inside the pharmaceutical company that produces the monoclonal antibodies proven to be effective in treating individuals with Covid-19 tells Americans for Limited Government that there is “no supply shortage of the monoclonal antibodies at this time.” This is in direct contrast with the narrative the Biden White House is pushing as the reason for rationing the treatment in Red states such as Florida where the federal government has reduced shipments of the treatment by half in recent days.