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There is currently no known risk associated with being in the same room at a funeral or visitation service with the body of someone who died of COVID-19. However, people should consider not touching the body of someone who has died of COVID-19.
The staff at Crossings Funeral Care remind you to prevent the spread of COVID-19, stay at home if you are sick. Wash your hands and cover coughs and sneezes. At this time, we are asking our staff and families to not shake hands and not hug one another.
We will ensure the soap dispensers are filled and offer hand sanitizer to all our guests. As always, we have tissues on hand.
Crossings Funeral Care offers LiveStreaming of funeral services held onsite in the chapel. If for some reason you are unable to attend a service, check with the family if they have opted to have the funeral service of their loved one recorded and live-streamed.
There are also options available to families to have a service postponed, to hold a memorial gathering in addition to, or in lieu of, a funeral service, at a later date.
The owners and staff of Crossings Funeral Care are deeply concerned and care about the health and safety of the families we serve. We pledge to do all we can to keep everyone safe.
Caring for the families we serve, is what we are all about. Public health and safety are first and foremost in our minds during this time. We advise that if you have any concerns or apprehension about attending any public facility, please stay safe at home.
As always, if you have any questions about this or any of the services Crossings Funeral Care provides, please contact us.