Coronavirus: Trump disputes China's death toll and details hydroxychloroquine 'regimen'
US president Donald Trump says China's coronavirus numbers 'weren't correct', before adding it has 'been easily shown and easily proven', but he did not provide any evidence. The president made the comments during a meeting with the governors of Arkansas and Kansas, after explaining case numbers in the US were favourable if outbreaks in New York and New Jersey were not included. When asked by a journalist leaving the room at the end of the meeting, Trump added his hydroxychloroquine regimen finishes in 'about two days'
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