Unidentified bodies are stored in the Edhi morgue in Karachi. Power cuts mean this morgue is running its power off a generator, which is leading to a lack of proper cooling and the smell of putrefaction.
Morgue workers, in red, register bodies at the morgue, while a civilian searching for relatives stands patiently behind.
A body is prepared for removal. It will be collected by relatives and taken for funeral rites.
A body, wrapped in a funeral shroud, is taken on a stretcher by relatives to be buried.
Relatives remove a body from the morgue and into transportation.
A morgue worker, in red, walks between ambulances outside the Edhi morgue. The ambulances are loaded with corpses.
Ambulance drivers wear t-shirts advertising the ambulance hotline.
A sign next to the morgue's reception counter, dated Monday, June 22, reads: "There is no more space left in the morgue. We're sorry."