May 15, 2020 Issue

We Need to Talk About Death | Opinion

We used to be intimately familiar with death; today we are barely on speaking terms. But as our response to the COVID-10 pandemic shows, it's not because we've grown any more resilient.
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Potter’s Field

Tijuana, Mexico An unclaimed victim of Covid-19 is buried by cemetery workers in protective gear at Tijuana’s municipal cemetery No. 13 on April 21. With more than 187,000 deaths worldwide from coronavirus as of April 23 according to Johns Hopkins University of Medicine, morgues globally have become overwhelmed, causing many of the dead to be buried in public fields and mass graves before they can be claimed by family.
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