Fewer medical graduates from Muslim countries entering US in Trump-era

FILE: Members of the New York Immigration Coalition hold a news conference in Foley Square, to talk about the US Supreme Court decision to uphold US President Donald Trump's Muslim ban in New York, June 26, 2018. The number of foreign medical graduates from Muslim-majority countries coming to the US to become doctors has declined by 15 percent under the Trump administration, exacerbating shortages in America's physician workforce, a study said June 6. / AFP / Don EMMERT





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