The front page of Sunday's New York Times features the names of 1,000 people who have died of COVID-19 in the US.
Calling it "an incalculable loss", the newspaper clarified that "the 1,000 people here reflect just 1% of the toll".
"They were not simply names on a list. They were us," the paper said.
"Numbers alone cannot possibly measure the impact of the coronavirus in America, whether it is the number of patients treated, jobs interrupted or lives cut short."
Over 96,000 people have died of the coronavirus in the US, the largest toll among all the countries in the world, according to the Center of Systems Science and Engineering of Johns Hopkins University as of Sunday morning.