Florida Politics reports:
DeSantis was in Viera to continue his tour promoting monoclonal antibody treatment as a way to greatly temper COVID-19 infections and reduce the risk of death.
He was asked if he had words to share with Florida families affected by recent COVID-19 deaths, as Florida has suffered a significant increase in recent weeks.
The Governor said that it was “a really sad thing.” But he expressed no sympathy or condolences toward families, nor any remorse regarding the skyrocketing numbers of people dying of COVID-19 in Florida recently.
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Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) on rising number of COVID deaths in his state:
“It’s been a rough time … The thing that we’re trying to do is say ‘OK, what was not being done, where was the gap?’ The biggest gap was in the early treatment.” pic.twitter.com/8mcNuye1BT
— The Recount (@therecount) September 1, 2021