Repost: Covid Chaos 8/3/2021! What about Monoclonal Antibodies?

Note that this is an old post that I wrote before my husband and I got sick. I’m not editing it so keep in mind that this is a year old. Never mind! I have to add some new information.

Updates below:

The use of monoclonal antibodies as an early treatment for Covid for people at risk of hospitalization and death has proven to be less successful than thought. This is simply more evidence that we are all part of an experiment, and yet we are expected to ‘trust the science’.

Resistance Mutations in SARS-CoV-2 Delta Variant after Sotrovimab Use

On January 24, 2022, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) amended the Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for REGEN-COV to exclude its use in geographic regions where, based on available information including variant susceptibility and regional variant frequency, infection or exposure is likely due to a variant such as Omicron (B.1.1.529) that is not susceptible to the treatment.

Old article starts here.

In today’s news: Wearing a mask and getting the vaccine will protect you from hospitalization. The vaccine is highly effective against serious disease .

Also in today’s news: Doctors recommend getting monoclonal antibody infusion for those at risk of hospitalization. Protection from vaccines declining and people will need booster shots. This article clearly states that research shows that more shots are needed for the variants. ALSO critical to note, the monoclonal antibody protection is only temporary as well but lasts long enough to keep you from dying of acute illness. There’s tons of Covid treatment info here.

If you are in the high risk category, if you get sick, immediately go to the hospital and request the monoclonal antibody infusion.

This video came out 6 months ago.

Just take a look at the astronomical costs of these monoclonal antibody treatments for cancer and autoimmune diseases and you might start to have questions about who would want this treatment to be used for covid and who would not. Reading this article about why monoclonals are so expensive makes me nauseous!

The article above says the antibodies are time-consuming to produce, which is why they cost so much, even though the materials are very inexpensive. It also says that over time the manufacturing costs have been greatly reduced, but not the price. The main reason they cost a lot is because the price was set high when mAbs were a new type of drug. Even when they could lower the price, they don’t because of profits.

“As of December 21, 2020, nearly 100 therapeutic mAbs have been approved by the U.S. FDA and by 2025, the global market is projected to be valued at US$300 billion.”-

I’m not an expert on any of this. I’m just trying to understand what is going on and sharing what I discovered today. Let me know your thoughts on the current Covid Chaos.


  1. Interesting, Paula. “Let yourself get the virus” is not an approach many people verbalize, but I am glad my husband and I got it last November and still have the natural antibodies. (I call it “Nature’s vaccine.” 😉 )
    What makes all this so complicated (besides the conflicting information and the fact that we’re learning as we go) is the fact that every body is different. It’s so important to know how to listen to your own body, and your Creator. (I do believe we are “fearfully and wonderfully made.” ❤ )
    Blessings, and good health to you.

    • I’m getting ready to add one more link that says that people who have had the infection and people who have had the vaccine are still able to get the variants, as with the common cold. 😦 Thus, people will need new vaccines for the variants. But hopefully, some type of resistance will build up over time for those of us who don’t get the shots. And yes, we are wonderfully made ! Blessings back! ❤

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