Pandemic funerals: inside a mortuary during coronavirusMay 30, 2021
This is our refrigerator where everyone keeps the nozzle call and obviously we've put the little ones in that are infectious, so it just means that when you're a little bit more careful, when you're in that refrigerator for a 1224, just under half and a half correct, first of all, we are going to prepare the coffin, one of the things that I think funeral factories care a lot about, anyway, controlling the facts, the measures that we must consider here are the same as we would take in our personal lives, so it is good to live they are much more contagious than the dead it is about being careful with any fluid is that people simply have any type of expulsion of air but if someone had Kovac 19 we would put them in a bag to corpses we took some precautions and we are advised to take it at the end of the day should have prevented us from doing our work with gentleness and thought.
This is one of our basic cardboards once you know the technique. Very good. It serves. Serves the purpose. The place we are going to attend this funeral is a natural cemetery, so I think it's perfect because nothing has really changed as far as our jobs are concerned, there is a lot more work. I think the biggest change is the funeral side around the grave. or at the crematorium which is the biggest impact where the family can attend, they can't touch the coffin when they are small things so they mean a lot to the family and that's when they ask you what they know so you can.
I don't do that today and this is why it's difficult and uncomfortable because you're there to help people and you find that we're trying to help them as much as we can with these restrictions and things in place. The man wants to convert anyone. away, but I think the public could be very convinced by my experience of the
funeralsthat I have done, they understand and you know we have had no problems, okay, that's it, yes, we will just prepare to take the person to the cafe where the dead are. as a problem now, even the language about death care is like disposal, you know, disposal of the body, well, this is not a garbage bag, you know, this is a person, like running, this body carried this person throughout life and deserved to be treated with care.
After they're dead, then she's in, we're going to get this dress, Graham, and I think that's one of the reasons I've been worried about some of the things I've seen happen since Köppen nineteen and I came along. I'm thinking about the impact it has on the people doing the work. I have great respect for the peermark teams who do incredibly difficult work. You know, these are people who volunteer outside of their normal roles when you have to use black plastic instead of white. body bag when you have to use duct tape to hold that plastic together when you have to put a bag over someone's head because there aren't enough masks and I was here the other day when we took all that off and that and that It felt really good to remove it because you're literally witnessing some kind of infection problem coming back to this guy who's actually in his pajamas and now he's ready for his funeral.
These acts will take place in nursing homes in people's homes, so I don't like them treating the dead that way. I don't like the idea of family, friends or caregivers seeing everyone being told to wait next door because something is about to happen and they probably don't want to see those things. Equally horrible to each other. I think there will be some unnecessary trauma and I think we live in a world that doesn't even know how to talk about it. Yeah, now we're just covering it up just to make it nice and safe. when we're moving it one, two, three, slide, yes, yes, so we'll make it comfortable, this gentleman very soon Russia, someone says you don't have I got the hairstyle to make you look big, well, that looks smart, that's cute and this. it's a Kobe, the person would be in a body bag, there's a funeral right behind us, now it's not a funeral we're involved in, where people have been arriving all morning and I can only assume that that kind of 4050 people for Our point of view is difficult because we are dealing with families and censuses or you can only have ten people, yes, they were here today for a funeral that we were organizing, they will see it and we estimate that they can have 14, we can.
We only have Taylor, we are left to try to explain the reasons and you know no, we control this cemetery. I think that's really weird, so if we take that situation, it's the same with all of us on our daily walks, you know? someone breaks the rules, does that mean we shouldn't all be allowed to do our daily exercise? That doesn't seem right, we all have to do our part, you know, that's how these things work, but it's a problem and it's not. good for public health definitely yes social distancing at
funeralscan be a challenge for people who have to be separated from chroma streaming services Tori and cemeteries already existed but now that is happening frequently but There have been some comments about how powerful and significant they are. the funeral has been despite the restrictions I wanted to know about him it seems terrible to me to come to a fuel and not be able to hunt down people that you really know care about serves as a responsibility for someone to show up on the road to be able to witness the whole process.
I think feelings are changing. It's interesting to see how they change. I certainly miss it. It's the best for him. We've all known him for a long time and you know his idea was a good one. I'm not going to be there, but I would like these things and he didn't have any composure in that sense, he didn't like the ceremony, you know, you wouldn't do it, so, in fact, the fact that there are only a few of us here today diminished . Georgia means Georgia five you you
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