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Coronavirus: New York could temporarily bury bodies in park because morgues nearly full

New York has actually revealed it is most likely to start temporarily burying victims of coronavirus in a park because the city’s morgues are practically full.

The chairman of the city board health committee stated morgues were now handling “the equivalent of an ongoing 9/11” as COVID-19 spread.

“Trenches will be dug for 10 caskets in a line,” Mark Levine stated on Twitter.

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Employees established a field medical facility in front of Mount Sinai West Healthcare Facility inside Central Park

“It will be done in a dignified, orderly – and temporary – manner. But it will be tough for NYers to take.”

Healthcare Facility morgues – which usually hold around 15 bodies – are full, so 80 cooled trucks have actually been sent out to medical facilities however they too are close to capability.

Funeral houses are overwhelmed and the city’s cemeteries can not process burials fast enough.

Mr Levine added: “It’s not simply deaths in medical facilities which are up. On a typical day prior to this crisis there were 20-25 deaths at home in New York City.

” Now in the middle of this pandemic the number is 200-215

” The goal is to prevent scenes like those in Italy, where the military was required to gather bodies from churches and even off the streets.”

Although it is currently just a contingency strategy, Mr Levine stated it may start occurring “soon” which New York was entering what is anticipated to be the worst week of the crisis up until now.

The place of the park allocated by authorities has actually not been exposed and New York Mayor Expense de Blasio stated: “I do not wish to explain because I do not believe it’s an excellent thing to be speaking about openly.”

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