MUST WATCH: Texas HHS DENIES Monoclonal Antibody Treatments For Whites – “If I Were Black or Hispanic Then I Would Qualify?” – Nurse: “Yep, That’s Right” – (Video)

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Earlier this year, the Texas Health and Human Services department (HHS) made monoclonal antibody treatments available to COVID patients following its Emergency Use Authorization by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in February.

The state has issued tens of thousands of monoclonal antibody treatments over the past several months, but recently, thanks to a supply shortage spurred by the Biden administration, the agency has begun segregating who can receive the treatment based solely on the color of their skin.

Now, the state is only providing the treatments to “high risk ethnicity groups,” while actively refusing to provide the same care to whites who have been diagnosed with Covid.

According to Texas HHS, if you are white, you must be over 65 and/or have additional “high risk” factors to recieve the same treatment as other American citizens.