“U.S. Deaths Near 100,000, an Incalculable Loss” reads the front page of the New York Times dedicated to the memory of COVID-19 victims. New York Times newspaper, which usually shows the most urgent news, contains a list of 1000 names printed on it.
The publication reads with reference to experts that coronavirus has killed more people than it is officially registered.
“They were not simply names on the list; they were us” – writes the article.