Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.NEW YORK CITY – The growing number of dead from coronavirus in the nation’s largest city could eventually force officials to temporarily bury bodies on public land, according to a New York City councilman.Councilman Mark Levine said Monday in a series of tweets that the city’s Office of the Chief Medical Examiner is dealing with the “equivalent of an ongoing 9/11,” as are hospital morgues, funeral homes, and cemeteries.The freezers at OCME holding bodies of COVID-19 victims will “soon be full,” according to Levine, a Democrat who represents Northern Manhattan. A New York City councilman said if the number of coronavirus deaths overwhelms morgues, a contingency plan would use a city park for “temporary interment.” (Photo by John Nacion/NurPhoto via Getty Images)”Soon we’ll start ‘temporary interment’. This likely will be done by using a NYC park for burials (yes you read that right). Trenches will be dug for 10 caskets in a line,” he tweeted.CORONAVIRUS IN THE US: STATE-BY-STATE BREAKDOWN”It will be done in a dignified, orderly–and temporary–manner. But it will be tough for NYers to take,” Levin wrote.Levin later clarified after his initial tweet had “gotten a lot

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