By Simon Caldwell writing for the Catholic Herald
Patients admitted to hospital with COVID-19 can die by euthanasia if doctors decide they might not survive, the New Zealand government has declared.
the government declared that “in some circumstances a person with COVID-19 may be eligible for assisted dying”.
Henoch Kloosterboer, editor of the anti-euthanasia The Defender website:
“the door is wide open for abuse” of elderly and vulnerable patients – especially if the country’s health service came under pressure.