Coffins arrive on a tractor to be placed in a mass grave at Nossa Senhora Aparecida Cemetery, located in the West Zone of Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil, on April 23, 2020. A new area of the cemetery was opened after the deaths caused by COVID-19 caused a collapse in the city's funeral system. The number of burials in Manaus per day increased from about 30 to more than 100, due to the coronavirus pandemic. The collapse forced the burials to be carried out collectively. Only a maximum of three relatives of each dead person could attend the funeral. The coffins were put together in a trench dug with the support of a mechanical shovel.