December 28, 2021 Updated 7:16 P.M. ET
WASHINGTON (FCV) – The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services has announced the state/territory-coordinated distribution plan for monoclonal antibody therapeutics which displays the allocation of monoclonal antibodies for every state.
Florida, whose population is estimated to sit at over 21 million, was only allocated 10,576 units while New York, whose population is just over 19 million, was allocated 20,604 units.
Conservatives are awestruck by the gap in distribution given the fact that Florida is home to over 1 million more people than New York.
New York is seeing a COVID-19 case spike worse than Florida amidst the spread of the Omicron variant. The Empire State saw nearly 50,000 new cases reported on Christmas Eve.
New York, run by Democrats, has also embraced pro-lockdown policies, while Florida, run by Republicans, outlawed mandates.
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