Did George Floyd have COVID 19? Full autopsy reveals YES

George Floyd tested positive for coronavirus in April, which was not a factor in his death, but his autopsy revealed.

Dr. Andrew Baker, chief medical examiner in Hennepin County, said Floyd was no longer a symptom when four Minneapolis police officers killed him during Monday’s arrest.

“As the positivity for [COVID-19] continues for weeks after the onset and resolution of clinical disease, the autopsy result is largely asymptomatic but persistent … compatible with previous infection,” Baker wrote in a report released Wednesday by the Floyd family.

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The full 20-page report said Floyd’s death was a homicide – he died when Officer Derek Chauvin narrowed his neck down in a widely-watched video of his arrest.

The Floyd family conducted an independent autopsy released this week and ruled differently – that Floyd’s homicidal neck and back compression was caused by asphyxia as weight fellow officer Thomas Lane hit his abdomen.

Chauvin, Lane, and two other officers who cooperated with the arrest, J Alexander Kueng and Tau Thao, were all fired and indicted.

The results of the medical examination office included Floyd’s “other significant conditions”: heart disease, fentanyl intoxication, and the recent release of methamphetamine – angering Floyd’s family lawyer Benjamin Crump.

Crump said Tuesday that the autopsy was an attempt to assassinate Floyd’s character before the authorities’ inquiries, including those circumstances that did not appear to be a cause of his death.

In addition to the positive COVID-19 test, complete autopsy detailed Floyd suffered blunt force trauma to his face, shoulders, arms, arms, and legs; Bruises on his wrist from handcuffs; And a fractured rib during cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

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