No evidence has been found that a railway worker who died with coronavirus had been spat on, a report by her employer has found.
Belly Mujinga, 47, died on 5 April, a few weeks after she was approached by a man at London’s Victoria Station.
Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) said no complaints about spitting were made at the time, while police also “concluded that no spitting incident took place”.
Prosecutors previously said no charges would be brought over the death.
GTR investigators studied CCTV footage and interviewed 10 members of staff who had been present at the time or who were based at Victoria Station.
They said the footage had shown a man approaching Mrs Mujinga and two colleagues on the station concourse on 21 March.