UK government simplifies documents needed to register deaths


The UK government has introduced a coronavirus bill  to manage the deceased with respect and dignity. The changes in the bill will decrease the amount of paperwork needed in order to register a deceased helping death care providers stay safe and help families faster during the growing pandemic. 

The changes in the bill are meant to protect public health by adapting the current procedures concerning death registration and management. The changes simplify the application processes by reducing obliged second confirmations, giving coroners more rights and allowing the transmission of documents electronically. 

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