Thursday, 09 April, 2020

Kathy Griffin slams Trump from hospital bed: 'He's lying'

Kathy Griffin says President Trump is lying about accessibility to coronavirus tests Kathy Griffin says President Trump is lying about accessibility to coronavirus tests. More
Adrian Cunningham | 27 March, 2020, 03:10

Kathy Griffin has been hospitalized for coronavirus-like symptoms.

President Trump's assertion that the USA has significantly increased COVID-19 testing has been backed up by Dr. Deborah Birx, who is the coordinator of the White House's coronavirus task force.

Maggie Griffin (R), the mother of comedian Kathy Griffin, who inspired numerous jokes in her famous daughter's stand-up routines, died Tuesday, March 17, 2020. Others couldn't believe that Kathy Griffin would take the time to blast the President from a hospital bed.

Tests for the coronavirus remain in short supply. U.S.

In the tweet, the former "My Life on the D-List" star said the hospital "couldn't test me for #coronavirus because of CDC (Pence task force) restrictions".

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Kathy Griffin blasted Donald Trump over a lack of COVID-19 test kits in the United States.

"Probably by today, we will have done more tests than South Korea did in eight weeks, in the last eight days", Dr. Birx said during a Fox News town hall this week.

As of Wednesday, the latest data from the official COVID Tracking Project claims there have been 484,062 tests done (and counting) in the USA, with 65,497 coming out positive. With 709 reported cases in the country, healthcare workers are under strain and struggling to keep up with the number of people coming in for testing.

"Clinicians should use their judgment to determine if a patient has signs and symptoms compatible with COVID-19 and whether the patient should be tested", says the CDC website.