Friday, April 12, 2024
Friday, April 12, 2024
Friday, April 12, 2024

George Floyd Tested POSITIVE for Coronavirus, But Cop Killed Him First

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GEORGE Floyd tested positive for the novel coronavirus in a test taken after his death, according to Hennepin County’s new autopsy report released earlier today, Your Content has learned.

Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Andrew Baker said the type of test performed for the autopsy, called PCR, can show a positive result “for weeks after the onset and resolution of clinical disease.”

However, the disease did not kill Floyd, doctors confirm — but the neck-kneeling cop.

The post-mortem nasal swab was found to be “positive for 2019-nCoV RNA,” said the report, using another term for the type of coronavirus that causes Covid-19.

As a result, Baker said, “the autopsy result most likely reflects asymptomatic but persistent PCR positivity from previous infection” — meaning the virus played no known role in Floyd’s death and he was unlikely to have been contagious.

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