Trump's unfounded claim is at odds with the opinion of health experts, who say the state's hasty reopening led to the virus' resurgence.
Dr. Rick Bright alleges he was reassigned to a lesser role because he resisted political pressure to allow widespread use of hydroxychloroquine, a malaria drug favored by President Trump.
A University of Arizona professor says differing opinions on COVID-19 often come down to personal experiences and an urban vs. rural divide.
60% of respondents said Trump was not listening to health experts enough, while 35% said he was listening to them just the right amount.
In a nationwide study of 368 patients in U.S. veterans hospitals, 28% who received hydroxychloroquine and usual care died, versus 11% of those getting only routine care.
Trump has been holding daily coronavirus briefings since March 14 — and he's told numerous lies in the process. Here are some of the worst ones from the past month.