Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced plans at Fox & Friends on Thursday to distribute COVID-19 testing to one million homes in the state’s seniors and knocked the White House down and dragged its feet on the issue despite a sharp rise in demand. rise in omicron tests.
Gov. DeSantis spoke to Steve Dusi, Ainsley Erhardt, and Brian Kilmead about the news, noting that President Biden was in no hurry to provide tests for Americans across the country.
“The Biden administration has promised to send all these tests home,” DeSantis said. “They just said they had to go online and get it, and in a month and a half, nothing happened.”
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“We’ve tested it in millions of homes,” he continued. “We’re distributing them to nursing homes and long-term care facilities in Florida and then to the wider elderly community of our entire population because we know the test is something that leads to a clinical outcome.”
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The Biden administration has announced that it will distribute free COVID-19 tests to 500 million homes, but there are still days and potential weeks for the move to take place.
Some experts are also concerned that 500 million tests are still not enough at a time when cases are on the rise.
“His promise is that he will eradicate the virus and he will demagogue Donald Trump every day,” DeSantis said. “He accused Trump of COVID cases and deaths. He didn’t blame China, it’s actually guilty.”
“But he said it was all Trump’s fault, and then he shut it down, and not only did he shut it down, but there are cases in the country’s RTs that we’ve never seen before and hospitalized, so that’s a major promise. He made it to the American people, he absolutely failed, ”he said.
Earlier this week, the Jen Psaki Biden administration denied allegations that it had “lost control” of the epidemic, despite increased workloads, mass school closures and widespread testing shortages. Biden was criticized this week for telling Americans to test the places closest to Google.