Survival and death in New York City during the coronavirus pandemic

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The mortality rate from the coronavirus pandemic is overwhelming New York City’s health care system and funeral homes. Sunday, 60 Minutes reports on how the city’s Chief Medical Examiner is working with the National Guard to bring dignity to the dead even in crisis — and how coronavirus survivors are hoping to help.

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23 COMMENTS

  1. I just scrolled 60minutes video roll for anything covering the Pandemic two months ago and couldn’t find one single video. You covered Australia fires and the awards ceremonies. Not a thing on a China. You the media failed in waking anybody up on it as well. So get over the Trump attacks. It’s not helping anybody feel better about this situation.

  2. Sheesh when are they just going to lock down for a month and let this run it’s course cause they can’t stop it and then go from there …. the whole point is Stop the Spread… then lock it down like so many others countries did and wait it out…

  3. Death count… Heart, cancer, jump out of an airplane without a parachute.. Corona. LIES JUST AS MSM HAS DONE FOR 100 YEARS. We don't trust you anymore. Never could. Never will.

  4. Unfortunately the antibioties were found to be of little use. This virus will be defeated. Just more time is needed. Not everyone can be immortal unfortunately 😕

  5. "Looks like by April, you know, in theory when it gets a little warmer, it miraculously goes away. China, I spoke with President Xi and they're working very, very hard. And I think it's going to all work out fine." [Trump at a campaign rally in Manchester, New Hampshire. February 10, 2020]

  6. De Blasio was encouraging public socialization on March 15th. March 2nd he was suggesting a movie for people to go see. Cuomo was demanding outrageous amounts of ventilators (something like 40k) from the President but reports indicate New York hasn't even used all the ventilators they currently have.

  7. Melanated people don't give none of your blood or antibodies to these virus creators and spreaders that has murdered our people here with their nasty virus.

    Nasty Pale and Fake Brown Virus Breathing Dragons 🐉

  8. St John 3:16-17! 💓
    JESUS is coming again SOON! ALLELUIA! BELOVED! PLEASE DON'T DIE WITHOUT JESUS IN YOUR HEART!
    If you don't love JESUS while you're alive, HE won't know you after you've died.
    "I never knew you…"

  9. El peol erol es este abri el pais kuando ai mucnos enfermos en todo el mundo i kon uno keste en fermo todos sevan a enfermal patras lomejol osion es seral el pais el anyo kompleto pastal mas seguro.eldinero note kompra lavida anadie .amen

  10. WHO Jan. 14th "There is no clear evidence of human-to-human transmission of the novel corona virus (2019 n-cov)" WTH?!!!

  11. New York and New York city voters voted their government in and they wanted democrat and they got the whole Parties worth of chaos, no leadership, corruption and death. That's the Democrat platform. Good luck.

  12. This is just heartbreaking! What’s even more depressing is that you can see and feel that the government doesn’t even care

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