Brazil excavate graves in their biggest cemetery in preparation for death casualties of COVID-19.
It has been discovered recently that a South American nation, Brazil has taken to excavate graves in their biggest necropolis, Cemitério de Vila Formosa, as the number of death cases slams 329 and confirmed cases glides to 8,076.
This was revealed in an aerial photo showing loads of excavated graves in Brazil’s biggest cemetery.
The outbreak of coronavirus in Brazil has pushed gravediggers to expand the number of plots at the 780,000-square meter cemetery which already has more than 1.5 million graves.
Funerals figures have become almost twice as much due to the coronavirus pandemic at the Cemitério de Vila Formosa, located in Sao Paulo, Brazil. As of Friday, 329 people had died after being sickened with the virus.
As fear mixes with grief, this situation update has brought Brazil to a point where patients have to dawdle several days for their results in order to confirm their status of the coronavirus pandemic while the total number of world cases reach 1,056,780 and death toll hits 55,785.