Brazilian Cemetery officials, exhuming bodies to create room for new ones.
The Brazilian government has been forced to dig up old graves, and creative shelves, to cater for the surging number of dead people in the city.
Brazil recorded over sixty thousand corona related deaths in the month of March alone, after the President refused to instil lock down, and curfew, with claims that people cannot go hungry.
The cemetery section has been overwhelmed with the number of dead bodies that are being brought in daily, and this has forced some creativity in the country.
Brazil deaths are alarming, yet president has faulted the governor's who have imposed lock downs and curfew in their provinces, still insisting that they are not necessary, and people should be left to work and earn a living.
Brazil has been put among the red list by the World health Organization, for failing to instil measures that would curb the spread, and also for being reluctant to acquire the corona vaccine.
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