A temporary morgue, equipped in one of Europe’s largest grocery wholesale markets in the suburbs of Paris Renise, closed on 6 June. It is reported by RFI.
The authorities of Paris have come to the conclusion that the epidemiological situation in the region continues to improve, and funeral services are working normally.
A temporary morgue in a warehouse food market in Renise opened on 3 April. The decision to requisition the premises of the sanitary service of the French capital took over that funeral company could not timely to organize the funeral and cremation of the victims of the coronavirus at the peak of the pandemic.
According to the authorities, the bodies of the dead from COVID-19 was not sent to Rengis may 13. A temporary morgue can hold up to 20 thousand coffins.
Flash coronavirus infection COVID-19 began in December 2019 in China. March 11, 2020, the world health organization declared the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
According to data from Johns Hopkins University on June 7 in France since the beginning of the epidemic infected more than 190.7 th thousand people, more than 29 thousand died.