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Trump Floats Baseless Conspiracy That Hospitals Get More Money If They Report More COVID Related Fatalities

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Trump Floats Baseless Conspiracy That Hospitals Get More Money If They Report More COVID Related FatalitiesPresident Donald Trump falsely claimed during his Saturday rally in Wisconsin that doctors and hospitals get more money if they report more Covid-19 deaths.
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News video: Liverpool hospitals treating more Covid patients than April

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Hospitals in Liverpool are treating more coronavirus patients than they were during the peak of the first wave of the pandemic, Dr Tristan Cope, medical director of Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Trust, said as he warned that numbers were continuing to rise. Report by Blairm. Like us on Facebook...

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