A Little Taste of What Covid -19 Is Doing to Us (Non-Gore) (1 Viewer)

Ivan Drago

IMAGE #1> TOPSHOT - Medical personnel move a deceased patient to a refrigerated truck serving as make shift morgues at Brooklyn Hospital Center on April 09, 2020 in New York City. - America's coronavirus epicenter of New York recorded a new single-day high of 799 COVID-19 deaths Thursday but Governor Andrew Cuomo said the rate of hospitalizations continued to fall.

IMAGE #2> Tired doctor in PPE suit in the lab,Doctor wearing protective suit to fight coronavirus pandemic covid-2019,Overworked doctor,Coronavirus has turned into a global emergency.

IMAGE #3> NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 8: Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center employees transport a deceased patient to a refrigerated truck on April 8, 2020 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. One of the city's hardest impacted hospitals due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), Kingsbrook has begun storing the bodies of the the deceased in refrigerated trucks.

IMAGE #4> TOPSHOT - Medical staff treating a critical patient infected by the COVID-19 coronavirus with an Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) at the Red Cross hospital in Wuhan in China's central Hubei province on March 1, 2020. - China on March 1 reported 35 more deaths from the new coronavirus, taking the toll in the country to 2,870.

IMAGE #5> Digital generated image of globe inside a corona virus cell on grey background.

IMAGE #6>This photo taken on January 28, 2020 shows medical staff members hugging each other in an isolation ward at a hospital in Zouping in China's easter Shandong province. - China faced deepening isolation over its coronavirus epidemic on February 1 as the death toll soared to 259, with the United States leading a growing list of nations to impose extraordinary Chinese travel bans.

IMAGE #7> NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 8: Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center employees transport deceased patients to refrigerated trucks on April 8, 2020 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. One of the city's hardest impacted hospitals due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), Kingsbrook has begun storing the bodies of the the deceased in refrigerated trucks.

IMAGE #8> This photo taken on January 30, 2020 shows officials in protective suits checking on an elderly man wearing a facemask who collapsed and died on a street near a hospital in Wuhan. - AFP journalists saw the body on January 30, not long before an emergency vehicle arrived carrying police and medical staff in full-body protective suits. The World Health Organization declared a global emergency over the new coronavirus, as China reported on January 31 the death toll had climbed to 213 with nearly 10,000 infections.

IMAGE #9> Aerial view of graves already dug at the General Cemetery in Santiago May 14, 2020, amid the new coronavirus pandemic. - Health authorities ordered the General Cemetery of Santiago to enable over 1,700 graves under the possibility of an increase in deaths from COVID-19.

IMAGE #10> Health workers lower the remains of Nigerias Chief of Staff (COS), Abba Kyari, into a grave at the Gudu Cemetery in Abuja on april 18, 2020. - Abba Kyari, the chief of staff and senior adviser to the Nigerian head of state Muhammadu Buhari, died after contracting the COVID-19 coronavirus, the presidency announced on April 18, 2020.

IMAGE #11> Mortician/Funeral director Bryan Clayton inspects names on a row of cardboard caskets, one reading "COVID+", containing the bodies of deceased that are laid across a table before being cremated at Maryland Cremation services in Millersville, Maryland, on April 17, 2020. - In the past three weeks the owners of Maryland Cremation services, Dorota Marshall and her husband Sean, have seen an estimated increase of 30% more cases because of the novel coronavirus pandemic. Because of the pandemic and the risks, they can no longer allow viewings, but only identification visits, while families must pick up the ashes outside the office in their cars. They recently agreed to see if they could help a New York crematorium, which is backed up with overflow, with cremations.

IMAGE #12> A health worker wearing a protective suit waits at a drive-through testing centre for the COVID-19 coronavirus in Seoul on March 7, 2020. - South Korea has the biggest number of COVID-19 coronavirus cases outside China, with over 6,000 infections and 42 deaths, prompting the country to extend school breaks by three weeks.

IMAGE #13> Aerial view of activists from the Brazilian NGO Rio de Paz digging mock graves, on Copacabana beach symbolizing deaths due to the COVID-19 coronavirus and protest against Brazil's "bad governance" of the pandemic, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on June 11, 2020.

IMAGE #14>Aerial view showing graves in the Nossa Senhora Aparecida cemetery in Manaus on June 21, 2020. - The novel coronavirus has killed at least 464,423 people worldwide since the outbreak began in China last December, being Brazil Latin America's worsthit country with 49,976 deaths from 1,067,579 cases.

IMAGE #15> PHILADELPHIA, PA - JUNE 01: Shattered glass remains on a damaged store's posted sign stating closure due to COVID-19 in the aftermath of widespread unrest following the death of George Floyd on June 1, 2020 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Protests have erupted all across the country in response to the death of Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota while in police custody a week ago.

IMAGE #16> NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 8: Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center employees transport a deceased patient to a refrigerated truck on April 8, 2020 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. One of the city's hardest impacted hospitals due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), Kingsbrook has begun storing the bodies of the the deceased in refrigerated trucks.

IMAGE #17> A news item about the COVID-19 coronavirus plays on a giant screen outside a shopping mall in Beijing on February 12, 2020. - The death toll from the COVID-19 coronavirus epidemic climbed past 1,100 on February 12 but the number of new cases fell for a second straight day, raising hope the outbreak could peak later this month.

IMAGE #18> NEW BRIGHTON, MERSEYSIDE - MARCH 19: A young couple look out to sea at sunset on March 19, 2020 in New Brighton, England. Coronavirus (Covid-19) has spread to over 177 countries in a matter of weeks, claiming over 8,000 lives and infecting over 230,000. There are currently 2,692 diagnosed cases in the UK with 137 deaths.

IMAGE #19> A couple wearing masks crosses the almost deserted Times Square on April 13, 2020 in New York City. - New York's governor declared April 13, 2020 that the "worst is over" for its coronavirus outbreak providing the state moves sensibly, despite reporting its death toll had passed 10,000. Andrew Cuomo said lower average hospitalization rates and intubations suggested a "plateauing" of the epidemic and that he was working on a plan to gradually reopen the economy.

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A pair of protective gloves and a mask are seen discarded on a sidewalk in the Lebanese capital Beirut on April 8, 2020. - Lebanon in mid-March ordered residents to stay at home and all non-essential businesses to close to halt the spread of COVID-19, which has officially infected 575 people and killed 19 nationwide.





















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Ivan Drago

IMAGE #21> A man wearing a protective mask passes by the Coliseum in Rome on March 7, 2020 amid fear of Covid-19 epidemic. - Italy on March 6, 2020 reported 49 more deaths from the new coronavirus, the highest single-day toll to date, bringing the total number of fatalities over the past two weeks to 197.

IMAGE #22> Medical staff along with Hindu hardline group Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) volunteers wearing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) gear walk through a market for a door-to-door medical screening inside a slum to fight against the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, in Mumbai on June 17, 2020. - India's official coronavirus death toll leapt by more than 2,000 to reach 11,903 on Wednesday as Germany advised its nationals to consider leaving the country because of growing health risks. Mumbai revised its toll up by 862 to 3,165 because of unspecified accounting "discrepancies" while New Delhi saw a record jump of more than 400 deaths, taking its total to more than 1,800.

IMAGE #23> Dressed in protective gear, university student working on her master's degree Jacquelyn Augustine displays information for arranging COVID-19 testing amid the coronavirus pandemic on April 8, 2020, on the first day of testing at the Charles R. Drew University of Medicine in south Los Angeles. - California has ramped up coronavirus testing recently but is still way behind other US states as cases across the country top 402,000 with over 13,000 deaths.

IMAGE #24> NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 30: A body is moved on the street outside the Andrew Cleckley Funeral Home on April 30, 2020 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Dozens of bodies have been discovered in unrefrigerated overflow trucks outside the business following a complaint of a foul odor. The Department of Environmental Protection has issued two summonses to the owner of the funeral home. From grave diggers, to crematoriums and morgues, the funeral industry in New York City has been overwhelmed as COVID-19 continues to kill hundreds of residents daily.

IMAGE #25> A protester sets up bags representing dead bodies during a funeral procession demonstration by the New Florida Majority (NewFM) against the reopening of Florida, in Miami, on May 27, 2020. - NewFM held the protest to honor the lives lost in the coronavirus pandemic and hold Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and US President Donald Trump accountable for their inaction and recklessness. The US on Wednesday surpassed the grim milestone of 100,000 coronavirus deaths. Confirmed US deaths just before 2200 GMT stood at 100,047, with 1.69 million infections, according to the tally compiled by Johns Hopkins University.

IMAGE #26> Chicago City, Illinois: April 6, 2020. Morning during the lockdown of the city during the stay at home mandate. Chicago City empty streets under the coronavirus. City under lockdown.

IMAGE #27> MADRID, SPAIN - MAY 09: A woman, wearing a face mask, is seen out in a field as people go out for jogging and walking after outdoor exercise was permitted following a strict lockdown due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on May 09, 2020, in Madrid, Spain. Spain reported 179 more deaths from novel coronavirus in past 24 hours, bringing toll to 26,478.

IMAGE #28> PARIS, FRANCE - MARCH 18: A view at the Eiffel tower on the second day after the announcement by French President Emmanuel Macron of the confinement of the French due to an outbreak of coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) on March 18, 2020 in Paris, France. The President launched the war against the coronavirus and placed France in containment, from March 17, 2020 at noon for at least two weeks, the French will have to stay at home unless travel is absolutely necessary. The Coronavirus pandemic has exceeded more than 198,000 infections across the world with over 8000 deaths.

IMAGE #29> LONDON, ENGLAND - APRIL 09: A woman runs past an image of Queen Elizabeth II and quotes from her broadcast to the nation in relation to the coronavirus epidemic are displayed on screens in Piccadilly Circus on April 09, 2020 in London, England. There have been over 60,000 reported cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus in the United Kingdom and 7,000 deaths. The country is in its third week of lockdown measures aimed at slowing the spread of the virus.

IMAGE #30> Volunteers spray disinfectant with a robot at a residental area in Wuhan in China's central Hubei province on March 3, 2020. - The world has entered uncharted territory in its battle against the deadly coronavirus, the UN health agency warned, as new infections dropped dramatically in China on March 3 but surged abroad with the US death toll rising to six.

IMAGE #31> A subway passenger wears a facemask among other protective items in Shanghai on February 12, 2020. - The number of fatalities from China's COVID-19 coronavirus epidemic jumped to 1,113 nationwide on February 12 after another 97 deaths were reported by the national health commission.

IMAGE #32> A nurse wearing protective gloves holds the hand of a patient in the palliative care unit of the the Eugenie Hospital in Ajaccio, on the French Mediterranean island of Corsica, on April 23, 2020, on the thirty-eighth day of a lockdown in France aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 disease, caused by the novel coronavirus. - A message, a drawing or a picture slipped into the coffin, letters from caretakers to the families... Several "rituals" have been established in Corsica to deal with the deaths of COVID-19 patients deprived of their families, doctors told AFP.

IMAGE #33> NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 24: Caskets of Muslims who have passed away from the coronavirus are prepared for burial at a busy Brooklyn funeral home on the first day of Ramadan on April 24, 2020 in New York City. Like the majority of New York City funeral homes, services that deal with the dead in New York's Muslim communities have been overwhelmed with the large number of deceased. Around the world, Muslims are preparing to observe the holy month of Ramadan under severe restrictions caused by the coronavirus outbreak. New York City, which has been the hardest hit city in America from COVID-19, is starting to see a slowdown in hospital visits and a lowering of the daily death rate from the virus.

IMAGE #34> LIMA, PERU - JUNE 02: People gather around the graves of their deceased relatives at the section of Nueva Esperanza cemetery reserved for COVID-19 cases on June 2, 2020 in Villa Maria del Triunfo, Lima, Peru.

IMAGE #35> BERLIN, GERMANY - APRIL 08: Empty "Strasse des 17. Juni", street in central Berlin, is pictured during a late sunlight on April 08, 2020 in Berlin, Germany. The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Germany has surpassed 100,000 and the number of deaths continues to rise. While public support for the measures imposed by authorities to limit public life in an effort to slow the spread of the virus remains strong, people are wondering how long the measures will last, especially as the economic impact of the disruptions becomes more acute.

IMAGE #36> A man wearing a protective facemask walks across the Piazza del Duomo, in front of the Duomo, in central Milan, on February 24, 2020 closed following security measures taken in northern Italy against the COVID-19 the novel coronavirus. - Italy reported on February 24, 2020 its fourth death from the new coronavirus, an 84-year old man in the northern Lombardy region, as the number of people contracting the virus continued to mount

IMAGE #37> BROOKLYN, NY - MAY 07: Hospital personnel behind a barricade move deceased individuals to the overflow morgue trailer outside The Brooklyn Hospital Center on May 7, 2020 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, hospitals remain overwhelmed by the number of deaths related to the coronavirus.

IMAGE #38> Volunteers from the International Christian relief organization Samaritans Purse set up an Emergency Field Hospital for patients suffering from the coronavirus in Central Park across Fifth Avenue from Mt. Sinai Hospital on March 31, 2020 in New York. - The number of deaths in the United States from coronavirus has surpassed those reported by China, where the pandemic began in December, according to a toll published on March 31, 2020 by Johns Hopkins University. There have been 3,415 deaths in the US from the virus, the Baltimore-based university said, more than the 3,309 reported officially in China.

IMAGE #39> This photo taken on February 17, 2020 shows a man wearing a protective face mask walking on the street in Wuhan in China's central Hubei province. - The toll from China's coronavirus epidemic jumped to 1,868 on February 18 after 98 more people died, according to the National Health Commission.

IMAGE #40> Trucks, operated by the Italian military, make their way to collect coffins, containing victims of coronavirus, to transport them to crematoriums, in Ponte San Pietro, near Bergamo, Italy, on Tuesday, March 31, 2020. Italy's coronavirus deaths surpassed 10,000 on Saturday even as the contagion's spread remained substantially stable.




















Great post, thanks.
You didn't include any litter pics, damn masks everywhere.
They probably got the Rona on 'em. I normally pick up waste if I see it but, I'm not touchin' stuff w/mucus all over it these days. Yuck.

Roger Escude

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Thanks 4 posting all those interesting pictures. So very sad 😒
However,it’s Good to see what the actual front line is really lookin like

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