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Old 5 April 2020, 11:28 PM   #5271
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Originally Posted by Zakalwe View Post
I certainly can’t speak for your neck of the woods. Here, as long as the death is natural and the physician who knows the patient feels he/she is able to have a decent stab at the cause of death, they can issue a death certificate and the Coroner does not need to get involved. Just this past week I certified a nursing home resident as having died of a “lower respiratory tract infection” (with a confirmed case of CV19 in the same home). In the current climate it is pretty likely she died of COVID-19 but in the absence of laboratory evidence it went unrecorded as such.
That sounds very reasonable.

I don’t think what I stated above is happening in places like Omaha Nebraska or Springfield Illinois. I think it’s happening where the hotspots are.
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