I usually add about a ½ mile to the GPS maps I record almost every day, to account for slipping out of coverage and whatever walking I do at home, when the phone is not on my person. So this map’s 11.61 miles should be about 12.2. Today sent me through East Williamsburg, via the Kosciuszko Bridge, where I spied on the fresh burial sites at Old Calvary. No burial workers were on the job today, Sunday, the Christian day of rest. I thought there might be workers present, working overtime and weekends, given the circumstances. But the number of dead is not so high that ’round-the-clock activity is needed at traditional burial grounds like Calvary. Crematoriums cook 24 hours a day, but individual cremations take several hours and require the machines to cool down before reuse. Regular burials are far less time-consuming. Much of East Williamsburg’s streets were empty. I walked freely right up the middle of some streets and avenues, until a Mad Max-esque motorcycle or car would roar toward me from the distance. My present route to the Kosciuszko centers around 43rd Street through Sunnyside and Woodside, my preference over the Honeywell Street Bridge route, which I begrudgingly end up using for the return stretch of these journeys, because the route through Queens Plaza is counter productive.