ABOUT THIS SERIES
Along with provoking a pandemic, COVID-19 triggered a grief epidemic. It robbed families of final goodbyes, left loved ones to die with strangers, postponed wakes and funerals. And it overwhelmed Maine’s “Last Responders” — priests, chaplains, funeral directors and hospice workers — who had to work around restrictions aimed at diminishing virus infections.
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