Grieving in the Age of Covid-19

Sarah Ritchie Dealing with Loss

In her book Remembering Well: Rituals for Celebrating Life and Mourning Death, Sarah York says, “Death is the great equalizer, but not every death is equal.”  The nearly 60,000+ Americans who have died due to the Covid-19 outbreak—and the families who mourn them—have had a very difficult death experience.  Everything about this disease and the care for the bodies of …