President Trump received the therapy while battling virus
The U.S Food and Drug Administration is authorizing Regeneron's antibody cocktail for some patients who test positive for COVID-19.
The FDA said Saturday that it's okay to give it to high-risk patients with mild or moderate symptoms.
President Trump received the therapy when he was battling the coronavirus that has cost more than 250,000 Americans their lives.
The cocktail contains two antibodies produced in a lab and can be given to patients who are newly infected.
Regeneron says it will have doses ready for 80,000 patients this month, and enough for a half-million more by the end of January.