In the month of March alone, Bolster found 102,676 websites that sought to use medical information to defraud unsuspecting online customers, with 1,092 of them either selling Hydroxychloroquine — the anti-malaria drug which was once touted as a “game-changer” by Trump — or spreading misinformation about using it to cure COVID-19.

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