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New York City — New York City is still refrigerated more than a year after it was first set up as a temporary morgue due to a surge in deaths during the pandemic’s heyday to store the bodies of coronavirus victims. I’m using a truck.
The city’s prosecutor’s office said Friday that 750 bodies were stored for a long time in a refrigerated trailer at Brooklyn Wharf while the family was planning a final break. In some cases, I couldn’t find my family.
Dina Maniotis, Deputy Commissioner of the Chief Medical Examiner Office, told the City Council that many of the bodies held at the pier on 39th Avenue could be buried in a potter’s field in the city of Hart Island. Said.
The Chief Medical Examiner office has 15 forensic research staff identifying the organization. The team is ready to handle about 20 deaths a day. At the height of the New York City outbreak, they processed about 200 deaths a day.
More than 24,000 people have died at COVID-19 in New York City.