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Doctor refutes Trump claim on efficacy of malaria drug to treat coronavirus

Deutsche Welle Saturday, 21 March 2020
President Donald Trump told Americans that a malaria drug would be made ''available almost immediately'' to treat COVID-19. But his top infectious disease expert said there was no evidence the medicine would help.
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