Death and Dying

"Emotionally, things come out of the blue that you don’t ever expect," the Duke of Cambridge said in a new BBC documentary.
The 24-hour marathon reading, organized by clergy and community activists, seeks to humanize COVID-19's death toll.
The latest forecast of COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. is far higher than President Donald Trump's estimates.
A Trump death clock in New York’s Times Square counts the toll of the president’s coronavirus inaction.
Police have charged two men with murder in the death of Ahmaud Arbery.
An influential model nearly doubled its projected U.S. death toll as people go out more and states ease lockdowns.
Because of COVID-19 and social distancing restrictions on public gatherings, families are using virtual livestreams to mourn their dead.
"I feel like I’m not supposed to grieve Cassie’s death as intensely or profoundly as I do ― especially during a pandemic."
Your words matter. Avoid these phrases when comforting someone who lost a loved one to COVID-19.
For her birthday, New Yorker Ee Tay asked for donations of the devices that dying coronavirus patients could use to speak with loved ones one last time.