Miami Herald: Florida sent scarce COVID-19 therapy to a private Broward clinic before Jackson Memorial

Miami Herald: Florida sent scarce COVID-19 therapy to a private Broward clinic before Jackson Memorial. “In December, Florida’s health department shipped 264 doses of a drug called Evusheld to a limited liability company that was incorporated in March 2020 and advertises house calls and COVID-19 testing, vaccination and therapy on its website. But the state did not send a shipment to Jackson Memorial until January, when the hospital received a total of 192 doses, according to federal data. The private clinic, iCare Mobile Medicine, received more Evusheld in the state’s first shipment than any other hospital or medical provider in Florida.”

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