Coronavirus has taken a great toll on Cwmbran and the rest of the world, greatly affecting our ability to mourn the passing of loved ones properly. The effects COVID-19 has had on funerals has meant many changes to the running of services and unfortunately caps on the number of people able to attend.
With the number of people being allowed to attend being limited, funerals have unfortunately seen from 0-6 people attending loved one’s services during the height of the pandemic. Thankfully this advice may now be changed to allow for more family and friends to be present at the service.
Who Can Attend Funerals During Coronavirus Pandemic?
Family & friends can attend funerals with the guidance set to change in the coming months to allow for more people to pay their respects. Advice suggests that all attendees must be in good health themselves and should unfortunately not attend otherwise. If you are showing signs of the coronavirus then we advise not attending to prevent the spread further.
If you are in the high risk category you are able to attend but we advise taking extra safety precautions throughout the ceremony.
Supporting Those Who Can’t Attend Funerals
If you are unable to attend a loved ones funeral whether it’s due to the restriction on numbers or for health risk reasons, then there are things you can do to support your family still. If you are in charge or organising the funeral, often it is still appreciated to send the people who cannot attend an order of service. Our team of professionals will be able to help you with this.
Help and Support With Your Funeral Plans
Our team of compassionate professionals are more than happy to assist with any enquiries you may have regarding our funeral services. If you wish to find out more information regarding funeral services in Cwmbran during the coronavirus pandemic then get in touch.