Mourners say the death of a 6-year-old boy in morgue was ‘unfathomable’
A young boy who died at the Mournings morgue in the Netherlands was found dead at his parents home in the country’s eastern Arnhem Land on Friday.
Dutch police said the boy died at a morgue at the hospital in the city of Arnhem-Netherlands and his death was under investigation.
He had been declared dead after suffering an apparent heart attack in the morgue.
The Mournments morgue is one of the most crowded in the world.
Its 1,300-person capacity allows it to process the thousands of body parts each day.
It also serves as a training ground for the Dutch National Police (NLP), which conducts a nationwide training programme for coronavirus experts.
The coronaviruses that cause coronaviral disease, including SARS, are the same as those that caused the coronavid pandemic in the US, Europe and Asia in 2015 and 2016.
It has killed more than 20,000 people worldwide and caused more than $100 billion in medical bills.