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  • If ever there was a place that shows the death toll from the pandemic, this would be it At this crematorium in Saxony, eastern Germany, employees have been working around the clock seven days a week.

  • It's Manager says the death rate has doubled starting in November as the area struggles with the second wave.

  • Some coffins are marked risk of infection.

  • York Shell Doc says it's doubly hard because they can't allow next of kin to say goodbye to their loved ones.

  • People can no longer be visited at the hospital, and you can't hold their hand anymore As they die.

  • All you get is a call deceased.

  • Farewell at the coffins.

  • Not possible.

  • All you get is an earns.

  • That's the problem the next of kin are faced with.

  • They have to deal with their grief.

  • It's very, very difficult process for people to send off a loved one and get the person back in an urn.

  • Fork often feel at noon.

  • Germany has surpassed two million coronavirus infections and its death toll has reached almost 45,000, experts said on Friday.

If ever there was a place that shows the death toll from the pandemic, this would be it At this crematorium in Saxony, eastern Germany, employees have been working around the clock seven days a week.

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German crematorium struggles to keep up with COVID-19

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/01/16
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