Vaccinated Tennessee residents lose access to monoclonal antibody treatments

New guidelines from the National Institute of Health and the Tennessee Department of Health recommend doctors prioritize unvaccinated patients for treatment due to their risk level. But as patients wait in long lines, doctors say supplies are running dangerously low, forcing them to turn away people who may desperately need treatment. NBC News’ Antonia Hylton reports.

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