FAKE NEWS: Miami Herald LIES, Claims Florida “Refused” to Explain Monoclonal Distribution

January 11, 2022 Updated 2:02 PM ET

January 11, 2021 Updated 11:00 A.M. ET

TALLAHASSEE (FCV) – After the Miami Herald published an article Monday claiming that Florida sent “scarce COVID-19 therapy to a private Broward clinic before Jackson memorial,” Jeremy Redfern, Press Secretary for the Florida Department of Health, exposed the fact that the author did not give him a deadline to respond:

“He never gave me a deadline,” Redfern explained, after a user highlighted a quote from the article – “Florida’s health department has refused the Herald’s requests to explain the state’s prioritization plan for distributing Evusheld and other COVID-19 therapeutics received from the federal government.”

Conservatives are criticizing Daniel Chang, the author of the article, for not properly providing a deadline for comment on a story, which is standard practice in journalism.

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