Daniel asked 4 months ago

Some say it is important to identify if someone died of Covid-19 or with Covid-19. What does that even mean exactly and how could that be identified? And should the result have any effect on the measures that are taken?

Daniel

Some say it is important to identify if someone died of Covid-19 or with Covid-19. What does that even mean exactly and how could that be identified? And should the result have any effect on the measures that are taken?

I haven't looked into this or anything so idk how much of it is true but I've seen quite a few video clips and stuff of people saying they were diagnosed without even being tested and doctors are being told to put it down as the cause of death on some pati

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Answered by Pawesome

Plenty of people are dying with Covid 19 but that doesn't mean they died OF it. I agree btw, if we want accurate statistical data and to keep a healthy amount of perspective, then its an important distinction to make.

I have no idea where you'd begin to i

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they lied down and watched the ski

Answered by nick

The lower the figures, the less likely people are to take them seriously. Still some call this a hoax. And those take every chance to call the numbers wrong and with this ignore everything the most questionable they are, even when it doesn't matter much ei

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Answered by Kate

Forensic pathology has helped humans get deeper insights on any illness and how it ultimately affects the body up to death. It ultimately gives cause of death and helps in future cases. The coroner’s office only gets involved if the death is sudden, unexpe

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by knowing that you have the symptoms

Answered by xvilyv
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