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Funeral director Tom Cheeseman put the body in his van in Brooklyn, New York, after making a house call on Friday, April 3. The Associated Press spent a day on the road with Cheeseman, who was overwhelmed by requests because of a coronavirus outbreak.

John Minchillo / AP

Updated 1:01 ET, Cell 7 April 2020

Funeral director Tom Cheeseman put the body in his van in Brooklyn, New York, after making a house call on Friday, April 3. The Associated Press spent a day on the road with Cheeseman, who was overwhelmed by requests because of a coronavirus outbreak.

John Minchillo / AP

The United States marked a milestone on Monday, April 6, when the official death rate from the new corona virus exceeded 10,000. This virus has spread throughout the country and since January this year the number of people infected with Covid-19 continues to increase.

This situation is most dire in New York, where at least 4,758 people have died, according to the report the latest data from Johns Hopkins University Center for System Science and Engineering. Funeral homes have been overwhelmed because of increasing demand.

Photo of Associated Press journalist John Minchillo recently spent time covering the funeral director’s work Tom Cheeseman and Pat Marmo in Brooklyn, New York.

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