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Doctors around the world have issued strong [waning / warnings] for people not to use disinfectant to treat coronavirus. Their [plea / please] follows suggestions on Thursday by US President Donald Trump that disinfectant could potentially be used to [threaten / treat] COVID-19. President Trump said: "I see the [disinfected / disinfectant] , where it knocks the virus out in one minute....Is there a way we can do something [such / like] that by injection [inside / inners] or almost a cleaning?...It gets in the lungs and it does a tremendous [letter / number] on the lungs." On Friday, Mr Trump said his comments had been made "[sarcastically / sarcastic]" . The White House [press / iron] secretary said the media took the comments out of context and [ran / walked] "with negative headlines".

Disinfectants are [hazard / hazardous] and toxic substances. They can be poisonous if ingested and have [fatally / fatal] fatal . Reckitt Benckiser, maker of the best-selling disinfectant Lysol, warned that its product should "[under / over] no circumstance" be injected or ingested. The president of the American Medical Association also joined [on / in] the chorus [of / at] concern regarding President Trump's comments. She said: "It is unfortunate that I have to comment [on / in] this, but people should under [no / never] circumstances ingest or inject bleach or disinfectant." She added: "Rest [assurance / assured] when we eventually find a treatment for or vaccine against COVID-19". She said the [cure / card] would "not be in the cleaning supplies [aisle / window]" .

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