New York City is in a state of mandatory lockdown as Thursday brought its highest death toll to date: 5000 dead from COVID-19.
Times Square glistens with bright lights as always, but below them the usually packed streets lay bare.
Many of those who leave their apartments wear masks; most have trouble finding paper goods and other necessities.
With intensive-care beds filling up, volunteers from one charity have built a field hospital in Central Park to ease the strain.
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