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Nikki Kimbleton, director of communications/public affairs for Jacksonville, informed First Coast News that the volume of patients increased recently and the center didnt have sufficient wheelchairs to assist all of the ill patients.She informed the outlet the city is now “supplying triple the number of wheelchairs, additional seating for those waiting in line and signage that directs patients to alert someone if they require any type of assistance.” The library is hosting a state-run and city-supported monoclonal antibody treatment center to deal with clients who have actually checked favorable for COVID-19. The treatment has actually shown to be reliable versus the virus, but it can not be used as a replacement for a vaccine.
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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has actually been a big advocate for Regeneron– one of the antibody treatments– in recent weeks, but has actually faced criticism after it was revealed one of his leading donors was a financier in the treatment, WFLA reported.
A photo flowed online recently revealing COVID-19 clients lying on the floor while waiting on monoclonal antibody treatment at a Florida library..
Officials said they did not have sufficient wheelchairs to assist all waiting clients, but have actually now increased their supply..
The library has actually because installed signs that state: “Please do not sit or lay on the flooring. If you require instant medical attention, please alert an employee.”.
A picture revealing COVID-19 clients pushing the floor of a Florida library while awaiting antibody treatment trended online last week, and now the library is asking individuals to not rest on the ground.The photo, taken by Louie Lopez at the main public library in Jacksonville, Florida, last week revealed two people pushing the floor beyond the monoclonal antibody treatment room.Lopez informed Jacksonville.com that there were only a couple chairs readily available, and said staff didnt immediately tend to people who were resting, “ill and moaning.”– Travis Akers (@travisakers) August 19, 2021 After the photo trended online, personnel put up indications that stated: “Please do not sit or lay on the floor. If you need immediate medical attention, please alert a team member.”.