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'Humans need the ritual of saying goodbye': the Covid life of a small-town funeral director

George Charlet has witnessed a disaster up and close and personal – and has learned to prepare for the worst Being a funeral home director in Zachary, Louisiana, means sometimes your neighbor calls when they see cars in the parking lot, to ask: “Who died?” Zachary, a suburb of Baton Rouge, has a population of about 18,000. Continue reading...

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