Social media giants remove viral video with false coronavirus claims that Trump retweeted

Most of the social media companies removed a viral video of doctors, and other medical professionals claiming that coronavirus was getting eradicated. The news was brought out by a Far-Right Wing media outlet called Breitbart News which brought out a bunch of individuals wearing lab coats all coming out to host a press conference before the US Supreme Court.

President Trump himself tweeted this video to close to 84 million of his followers, while there have been many claims running throughout the country. The advisory committee’s own health professional team refused to give out a statement just yet.

The video showed a female in a white jacket claiming that coronavirus was getting cured each day and that masks were no longer necessary for when one stepped out. Rather, they went on to say that hydroxychloroquine was perfectly effective against coronavirus, and any pharma company saying anything against it was simply spewing fake news.

“This virus has a cure, it’s called hydroxychloroquine, zinc, and Zithromax,” the woman claims. “You don’t need masks, there is a cure.”

This statement in itself has been highly denounced by almost all the medical facilities in the country.

Wear a mask.