A New End-of-Life Normal
The most recent estimates have put COVID-19's death toll at close to 750,000 worldwide. That figure, in combination with a number of life-changing public health measures — not to mention the inability for many of us to travel right now — means that funerals, like many other facets of life, have changed dramatically. From the minutiae and bigger picture of planning end-of-life celebrations to how all of these paradigm shifts affect how we process grief, here are some ways funerals have changed in a world rocked by a pandemic.
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