The region’s funeral industry is collapsing amid the pandemic. It’s taking an unfathomable toll on grieving families
Johanna Matamoros’s father and mother died one month apart in December and January. But with Los Angeles funeral homes pushed to the brink due to the Covid-19 catastrophe, she may have to wait two to three months to bury them.
“I’m not able to grieve. It is so painful,” she told the Guardian.
Continue reading… Source: The Guardian: 'I can't grieve': LA families wait months to bury loved ones as Covid deaths rise ———