Inquest to be held into Covid death of rail worker allegedly spat at by customer

Senior coroner says there needs to be an investigation into what may have been the ‘unnatural’ death of Belly Mujinga

An inquest will held into the death of Belly Mujinga, the railway worker who died with Covid-19 after an alleged incident where she was coughed on and spat at by a customer.

Mujinga, 47, died last April, two weeks after the alleged incident on the concourse at London’s Victoria station where she worked as a sales clerk for Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR).

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