The problem occurs when people compare the death rate between countries that put any possible reference to covid on the DC and countries that only put it on when there is a confirmed test result. Take a middle European country with a low death count that although it does report care home deaths,but doesn't actually test many of its elder population and concentrates it's testing on the younger population, then the results can look ' better' than the countries surrounding it.Yes, I can accept that you may be right in this. Covid-19 is a notifiable disease.
But why would that be a bad thing or, for that matter, a good thing? A death certificate is just a statement of the perceived professional opinion of the doctor attending at time of death. This already takes place. The only alternative is a full PM in every circumstance. Even that could frequently be inconclusive.
I still don't see why this situation would be a problem for anybody.
None of these comparisons are useful and the true answer will not be known until several months after the end of this pandemic, however the media want to keep stirring the pot for their own agenda.