US Elections: Donald Trump promises free coronavirus treatment at Wisconsin rally

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Donald Trump addressing a rally
Donald Trump addressing a rally

Washington : The US President Donald Trump is trying all his luck to ensure he gets vote in the upcoming Presidential polls; in a rally in Wisconsin, he promised that the residents will be provided with free coronavirus treatment.

"We’re gonna make, what I had, available to everybody, free. The antibodies, I think the antibodies are the best thing, we’re gonna make it free," Trump said at his campaign rally in Janesville, Wisconsin on Saturday. "This election is a choice between a Trump super recovery and a Biden depression," Trump added.

Earlier, in the day, he addressed another rally in Muskegon, Michigan, where he claimed that the Democrats can make coronavirus worse in Michigan and also in the US.

"Democrats would terminate our recovery with a draconian unscientific lockdown like your governor is doing right now," Trump said, stressing that "Biden will shut down the country, delay the vaccine and prolong the pandemic."

Donald Trump has resumed his campaign for the elections post getting cured from the coronavirus and assured his supporters that whatever medicine he was given will be made available in the US hospitals.

Trump was hospitalised with COVID-19 at the Walter Reed Military Medical Center on October 2, not long after announcing on Twitter that he and his wife Melania had tested positive for the coronavirus.