With less than three days to go in a campaign that's been dominated by Coronavirus Pandemic, US President Donald Trump is still making baseless statements about COVID-19, including the politically perilous claim that American doctors are profiting from the Pandemic deaths.

Iran PressAmerica: During a visit to the critical electoral region of the Midwest, Trump tried to explain the mounting US case count by making the false claim in Michigan that US doctors are inflating coronavirus case numbers because they "get more money if someone dies from Covid."

"Our doctors are very smart people. So what they do is they say, 'I'm sorry but everybody dies of Covid,' " Trump said at a rally in Waterford Township, Michigan, on Friday. "With us, when in doubt -- choose Covid," Trump said. "Now they'll say 'Oh that's terrible what he said,' but that's true. It's like $2,000 more, so you get more money."

During his first Pennsylvania stop Saturday, Trump continued to downplay the impact of the coronavirus on the nation, noting that he and first lady Melania Trump recovered -- without acknowledging that they received the highest caliber of medical care in the country and that he had access to experimental treatments that are not available to most Americans.

Underplaying the grave risk of the virus to Americans with pre-existing conditions, Trump falsely claimed that "because of our relentless efforts, the recovery rate right now on Covid, or China virus, or the China plague, is 99.7%," using a racist term to describe the virus.

Not only did Trump ignore the thousands of Americans who have died from the virus, but there is not enough data yet to understand the long-term consequences on patients who have contracted the disease. Trump, who pledged to "terminate" the virus with "science, medicine and groundbreaking therapies," was also critical of Biden's relentless focus on Covid-19 during his visit to Pennsylvania Saturday.

This is while, the US has set a world record for coronavirus cases in 24 hours, according to one count, with just over 100,000 new infections recorded.