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The New York Times devoted its front page to the names of the victims of the Corona virus

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The New York Times commemorated the 1,000 victims of the Coronavirus in the United States, which is approaching the 100,000 mark.

The United States is the country with the highest number of victims in Quaid 19, and despite the high number of patients and its victims, and of course the opposition of health experts, it intends to remove some restrictions on social distance.

According to the victims, the entire front page of the New York Times was dedicated to the names of thousands of people who lost their lives due to Qovid 19. Information on their death ads was also added to this page.

The American publication even published this sentence in an explanation of its action to show the severity of the crisis:

These are not just names on a list, it's us!

Victims of the Corona virus in the New York Times

The death toll from the Coronavirus virus in the United States has risen to 97,000, according to Johns Hopkins University, and 1,000 people, whose names appear on the front pages of the New York Times, account for only 1 percent of all deaths in the United States.

According to experts, the number of people who have died from the virus is far higher than the official figures released by US officials, as some have died at home or for some reason. This statistic is not calculated.

But among the deaths mentioned by the New York Times are the names of some important people; Leila Fenwick, 87, was the first black woman to graduate from Harvard Law School and died of Qovid 19.

Critics have warned that the second wave of Quaid 19 will be launched in the United States soon, as social and quarantine restrictions are lifted.


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