James Kirkup
Telegraph
May 4, 20099

In the worst-case scenario, the bodies of the dead could also be stored in refrigerator trucks. Coffins would be reused to cope with the huge numbers of fatalities.

[efoods]Department of Health projections put the total UK death toll from a pandemic as high as 750,000. It was confirmed in 2006 that officials have ordered millions of extra body bags as a precaution.

A Home Office contingency planning document seen by the Daily Telegraph reveals the extreme measures that would be required to cope with the sheer number of extra corpses that are expected.

The 59-page report, “Planning for Possible Influenza Pandemic: A Framework for Planners Preparing to Manage Deaths” has been circulated to local councils, coroners and undertakers.

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