In China, doctors say they are discouraged from citing COVID on death certificates
Instead, if the deceased had an underlying disease, that should be named as the main cause of death, according to the notice
During a busy shift at the height of Beijing's COVID wave, a physician at a private hospital saw a printed notice in the emergency department: doctors should “try not to" write COVID-induced respiratory failure on death certificates.
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