Deaths can be invisible, coffins are hard to hide.
Outside the Rothschild care home in Paris, a delivery van pulls up to unload its pale wooden cargo, still wrapped in factory plastic.
A delivery man tells one waiting journalist, it is “non-stop”.
The gates of the care home are firmly shut. Sixteen people have died here from suspected coronavirus, another 80 are infected.
Shuttered from the outside world
More than a third of care homes in the Paris region alone are thought to have been affected by coronavirus. But while hospital deaths are recorded in the daily toll of coronavirus, deaths in care homes are not.
Alexandre Sanner works as a doctor for another care home, in Vosges, in the east of France, where at least 20 people have died.