Forensic expert find lungs like hard leather ball after autopsy of male Covid victim


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The forensic experts at Oxford Medical College have found the presence of the novel coronavirus in nasal and throat swab samples after carrying out an autopsy on a 62-year-old male Covid victim. However, no trace of the virus on the skin of the face, neck, or internal organs like the respiratory passage and lungs, was found. Another finding that startled the experts was the lung of the victim that appeared like a hard leather ball.