Ulisses Xavier, 52, who has worked for 16 years at Nossa Senhora cemetery in Manaus, Brazil, makes wooden crosses to supplement his income. The cemetery has seen a surge in the number of new graves after the outbreak of COVID-19.

TOPSHOT – Brazilian Ulisses Xavier, 52, who has worked for 16 years at Nossa Senhora cemetery in Manaus, Brazil, places wooden crosses made by him on a wall at his house on May 7, 2020, amid the new coronavirus pandemic. – Xavier works 12 hours a day and supplements his income by making wooden crosses for graves. The cemetery has seen a surge in the number of new graves after the outbreak of COVID-19. (Photo by MICHAEL DANTAS / AFP) (Photo by MICHAEL DANTAS/AFP via Getty Images)