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The FDA has revoked the emergency use authorization status of monoclonal antibody treatments, causing centers nationwide to shut down.

The announcement Monday evening was made without notice, leaving centers no time to properly shut down or cancel the scheduled appointments of their patients.

The FDA has stated their decision is based on the treatments "unlikely to be active against the Omicron variant." This leaves Pfizer and Merck pills as the primary authorized therapeutics.


The Internal Revenue Service has announced it will begin requiring a photo for facial recognition to a third-party company in order to access their accounts.

This new system will begin Summer of 2022. Users logging into the IRS' website to access the Child Tax Credit Update Portal, check online accounts, get their tax transcript, or view an online payment agreement will need to create an account with identity verification company ID.me.

Many fear this practice is invasive and that the IRS is opening the doors to potential data breaches.


The State Department announced Sunday it will begin evacuating families and nonessential staff from the U.S. Embassy in Kyiv this week.

The State Department also upgraded its travel advisory for Ukraine to a level 4.

Oleg Nikolenko, spokesman for the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry, criticized the U.S. move to withdraw diplomats' families, “We believe such a step to be a premature one and an instance of excessive caution."


Massive Crowds turn out for Defeat The Mandates March in Washington DC


Richard Urso, MD spoke at the Defeat The Mandates: An American Homecoming protest in Washington, DC Sunday. Thousands gathered as he encouraged demonstrators they are not alone in their fight against COVID-19 vaccine mandates.

"We are 17,000 doctors. That's more than the NIH, more than the CDC, and more than the FDA... we've been fired, censored, erased from Wikipedia, but we are standing strong because we are with you."