The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is enacting a policy of portioning the distribution of COVID-19 antibody treatments to some states experiencing a surge in infections.
Politico reported Tuesday that the limits come as the treatments are in greater demand in Republican-run states in the South such as Florida, Texas, Georgia, Louisiana, Alabama, Tennessee and Mississippi, which have seen large case increases with the delta variant.
President Joe Biden has called out these states, although not by name, for contradicting his mandates regarding masks and vaccines.
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