The Spanish government prohibits autopsies on coronavirus suspects.

The Spanish government prohibits autopsies on coronavirus suspects. It does not matter if it is a confirmed case, than a suspicious case or under study. Autopsy is prohibited. They just canceled any possible realistic count of deaths from the virus. The Spanish data is useless guys …


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Why would they cancel autopsy what would be the reason for that.

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Maybe too worried about transmission… but idk when the virus becomes inactive during death

Without an autopsy, the only deaths that will count as a result of the coronavirus are positive. If someone dies while under study or is suspicious, they will not have an autopsy, so it will not be confirmed and will not count as a coronavirus death. Thus the figures are lower and the government keeps the population in relative calm and the prestige of the country with fewer deaths in the pandemic.

The reason for not autopsy, is prevention about spread the virus after death

Indeed