In other news, company representatives from Pfizer, whose coronavirus vaccine is expected to be the first, say they won't be submitting it to the government for approval until after the election.
That doesn't mean Trump won't claim there's a vaccine even if there isn't yet. He already has.
Meanwhile, Trump's town hall on NBC, which he scheduled last night just to compete in ratings with Joe Biden's simultaneous town hall on ABC, drew just 10 million viewers compared to Biden's 12 million. Whoops!
Finally, the World Health Organization (WHO) says the latest coronavirus miracle drug promoted by the Trump regime, remdesivir, does not actually reduce deaths.
A study coordinated by the World Health Organization has indicated that remdesivir, along with three other potential drug treatments for the coronavirus, has “little or no effect” on death rates among hospitalized patients. [...]
The results indicated that the remdesivir, hydroxychloroquine, lopinavir/ritonavir and interferon drug treatment regimens “appeared to have little or no effect on 28-day mortality or the in-hospital course of COVID-19 among hospitalized patients.”
Remdesivir is one of the drugs given to U.S. President Donald Trump after he tested positive for the coronavirus two weeks ago.
I'm off to cook dinner for my dad. This jalapeno popper chicken skillet, along with an avocado and tomato salad, is what I'm making tonight. I experimented on myself with it last week and it turned out great.
Have a good weekend.