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  • A new study suggests that the first death from Covert 19 in Europe may have actually occurred in Serbia.

  • 10 days before the first reported fatality came out of Frantz, France reported Europe's first death on February 15 2020.

  • But researchers in Belgrade now say that a 56 year old construction worker from that city who had not traveled abroad was admitted to a hospital on February 5th, suffering from fever, cough and shortness of breath.

  • He died within hours, and an autopsy showed pneumonia was the cause.

  • Months later, scientist at the Institute for Forensic Medicine of Belgrade's medical faculty found evidence that the man had died from covert.

  • Milenko Bogdanovich, a forensic pathologist, says frozen samples were taken from the man's I to prove the presence of the virus.

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  • One of the conclusions of this work would be that this is for the time being, the first post mortem corroborated death from Kobe, 19 in Europe to date don't understand that.

  • The study also says covert 19 was probably the cause of reports of a pneumonia of unknown origin between January and February last year.

A new study suggests that the first death from Covert 19 in Europe may have actually occurred in Serbia.

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Was Europe's first COVID-19 death in Serbia?

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/02/23
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