Doesn't sound good to me ... https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-52275823
Isn't that the same with the US?
Yes - I think it's true in many places.
France was doing the same - but started including Covid deaths in rest homes in early April - there was a large increase in reported daily deaths once they started doing that.
Limited capacity for PCR testing in UK, USA etc means they aren't doing tests post-mortem, if there was a co-morbidity then they put that down as cause of death or just "pneumonia".
There will never be an accurate tally of Covid-18 deaths. The best indication will be the tally of increased overall deaths over seasonal average.