George Floyd Tested Positive For Coronavirus

George Floyd tested positive for Coronavirus.

George Floyd, the 46 year old black man in America, who was killed by police brutality, tested positive for COVID-19 in April.

This was stated in the complete autopsy, which was released by the Hennepin County medical examiner.

The report also stated that there was no indication whatsoever that the killer Coronavirus had any role in the death of George Floyd.

On April 3, George Floyd tested positive for Novel Coronavirus.

Andrew Baker, the top medical examiner of the County stated that after the death of George Floyd, his nose was swabbed by the Minnesota Department of Health and he had tested positive for Coronavirus.

Michael Baden, former medical examiner of New York City, one of the two doctors who were responsible for carrying out a private autopsy on the family of George Floyd, stated that county officials had not informed him that George Floyd had tested positive for Novel Coronavirus.

Michael Baden said:

“The funeral director wasn’t told and we weren’t told, and now a lot of people are running around trying to get tested. If you do the autopsy and it’s positive for the Coronavirus, it’s usual to tell everyone who is going to be in touch with the body. There would have been more care.”

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