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Sweden storing coronavirus bodies at ice rinks as deaths rise

NaturalNews.com Saturday, 18 April 2020
(Natural News) The death rate from the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) in the Scandinavian country of Sweden is on the rise, and so much so that health care workers are having to store dead bodies wherever they can find a space, including in “refrigerated shipping containers, ice rinks and canteen fridges.” According to reports, Sweden is...
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