GUAYAQUIL, Ecuador—Ecuadorean authorities said on Monday they would improve the collection of corpses, as delays related to the rapid spread of the CCP virus, commonly known as the novel coronavirus, has left families keeping their loved ones bodies in their homes for days in some cases. Residents of Guayaquil, Ecuadors largest city, have complained they have no way to dispose of relatives remains due to strict quarantine and curfew measures designed to prevent spread of the disease. Last week, authorities said they had removed 100 corpses from homes in Guayaquil. But delays in collecting bodies in the Andean country, which has reported 1,966 cases of the CCP virus and 62 deaths, were evident midday on Monday in downtown Guayaquil, where a mans dead body lay on a sidewalk under a blue plastic sheet, according to a Reuters witness. Police said the man had collapsed while waiting in line to enter a store. Reuters could not identify the man or the cause of his death. Hours later on Mon..