A version of this story appeared in the April 10 edition of CNN’s Coronavirus: Fact vs. Fiction newsletter. Sign up here to receive the need-to-know headlines every weekday. (CNN)Workers dressed in hazmat suits and protective gear dig long, narrow trenches, shoveling dirt aside to make room for simple wooden caskets. That scene was captured in drone footage over New York’s Hart Island, east of the Bronx, which has been used for decades to lay to rest those who died unclaimed. Amid a mounting death toll and waning morgue space, it’s interring the city’s coronavirus victims — burials have jumped from 25 a week, to 25 a day.New York state now has more cases than any country in the world except the United States, but there is a glimmer of hope: the number of people hospitalized there is going down as deaths have gone up. The nation’s top coronavirus expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, says it’s a sign social distancing is working.Much has changed in the nation’s strategy since President Donald Trump said he wanted the US “raring to go” and churches “packed” by Easter. But, against the backdrop of mounting unemployment numbers and a widening economic crisis, the President is still


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