Coronavirus and Drugs found in the George Floyd body

George Floyd, who died after being detained by police, was infected with a coronavirus. This was reported by The Sun regarding the results of an autopsy conducted by Hennepin County forensic experts.

In an official report, they wrote that, most likely, Floyd had the disease with no symptoms.

Doctors also found that the body of the deceased was believed to contain substances such as cannabinoids, amphetamine, and fentanyl.

Earlier medical examiners at the Hennepin County Bureau of Forensics said that George Floyd died as a result of a cardiopulmonary shock. The U.S. Forensic Association has agreed with their exits.

In dozens of US cities, protests against police brutality in Minneapolis have been held for several days now. In some cases, protests are accompanied by promiscuous, clashes with the police, robberies, looting, and pogroms.

Author: Sam Smith
Graduated from University of Oxford. Previously, he worked in various diferent news media. Currently, it is a columnist of the world news section in the Free News editors.
Function: Editor