Is the USA going to burn bodies that died from covid-19?
- - Mé -Lv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
In other countries it's advised to cremate the bodies of the ones who died of it, so probably the USA is going to do the same eventually.
- EdnaLv 72 months ago
No . the U.S. isn't going to "burn" bodies of people who die of COVID-19; not unless the family just wants to cremate them.
After a person dies of COVID-19 (or any other contagious virus or illness), the virus that caused their death dies with them, and the body is no longer contagious. The body is certainly not contagious after all the blood is pumped out by the undertaker and replaced with embalming fluid. Nine out of ten bodies that are cremated are embalmed before cremation.
- LailaLv 62 months ago
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- HarraldLv 72 months ago
United States would never burn bodies who died of coronavirus infection! In the Middle Ages when bubonic plague killed maybe 10 million people in Europe, some bodies were burned because the number of dead bodies could not be properly buried in the earth. A division of Johnson&Johnson says it is to begin testing its coronavirus vaccine and expects a true vaccine by year's end. Vaccines may be first tested on laboratory rodents, animals, then people if test results are positive. We shall see, won't we!
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- Anonymous2 months ago
Are you talking about cremation?
If so, billion dollar business in the USA already.