The funeral service of the Municipality of São Paulo advised the funeral homes and cemeteries in São Paulo that families should avoid making funerals for people with coronavirus and that funerals and funerals should be with closed and sealed coffins. If the family chooses a wake, the wake must be limited to 10 people per room and last, at most, one hour, and also with the sealed coffin.
In Brazil, 34 are already killed by the disease, 30 in the city of São Paulo. In the country, more than 1,800 infected people are confirmed. Most patients were over 60 years old and had comorbidities.
On Thursday of last week, valet Antonio Santos, 49, was buried at Vila Nova Cachoeirinha Cemetery, in the North Zone of the capital, after he was confirmed to have Covid-19’s suspicion confirmed. He died 5 days after having a fever for the first time.
On Tuesday (24), two more people were buried in the hospital, both with sealed coffins. City Hall did not say whether they had coronavirus.
At the Araçá Cemetery, located at Dr. Arnaldo, in the Center of São Paulo, employees have already taken some precautions, such as limiting 10 people per room at funerals and one hour in ceremonies.
In cemeteries, employees are instructed to wear masks and gloves. Of the 30 confirmed cases in São Paulo, 28 had pre-existing diseases.
Covid-19 death toll rises to 15 in São Paulo
In São Paulo, the first victim was a 62-year-old man who had diabetes, hypertension and a prostate problem. Of the 30 deaths in the city of São Paulo, 5 are men and two are women.
The Health Department confirmed the death of the youngest victim in São Paulo, a 33-year-old man who had a pre-existing disease, which was not disclosed.
In Italy, where there are already more than 6,000 deaths confirmed by the new coronavirus, strict measures have also been taken for funerals and burials. In some cities, ceremonies have been restricted and families cannot say goodbye to the dead. The coffins were also closed.
In a statement, the City said that professionals involved in the burial of victims of the new coronavirus were instructed to use equipment such as glasses, gloves and appropriate clothing.
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