These People Reportedly Died of Gunshot Wounds, But Look How Their Deaths Were Classified

Covid Doctors

By Elizabeth Stauffer | WJ

Brenda Bock, the coroner of Grand County, Colorado, called out the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment on Tuesday over the way it is classifying death data. Specifically, Bock said two individuals among the county’s five recent COVID-19-related deaths had actually died of gunshot wounds.

“Because they tested positive for COVID-19 within the past 30 days, they were classified as ‘deaths among cases,’” Bock explained to KCNC-TV.

“It’s absurd that they would even put that on there,” she continued. “Would you want to go to a county that has really high death numbers? Would you want to go visit that county because they are contagious? You know I might get it, and I could die if all of a sudden one county has a high death count. We don’t have it, and we don’t need those numbers inflated.”

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