Dying in Solitude: First-Hand Accounts of the Coronavirus Horrors in Italy




In Bergamo, the military is usually helping transport coffins to neighboring provinces due to the overwhelming numbers.



In Bergamo, the military is usually helping transport coffins to neighboring provinces due to the overwhelming numbers.

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A provisional morgue in Bergamo: "The crematorium is usually overloaded."



A provisional morgue in Bergamo: “The crematorium is usually overloaded.”

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Mitarbeit: Alessandro Puglia 

Dying in Solitude: First-Hand Accounts of the Coronavirus Horrors in Italy

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