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National COVID Bereavement Project

24 Aug

National COVID Bereavement Project

National COVID Bereavement Project

The COVID-19 pandemic has literally disrupted every aspect of life, including how we die and how we grieve. Lockdown, social distancing and travel restrictions mean that a death from any cause during the COVID-19 pandemic is likely to have occurred against a backdrop of many losses. As businesses and cities open up again, we are being told that life is getting back to ‘normal’, but for people who have experienced a death during COVID-19, there is no back to normal.

As part of our commitment to supporting communities experiencing bereavement and loss, we would be grateful if you could assist in data collection which will contribute to a National Action Plan to address the mental health and wellbeing of people bereaved during the COVID-19 pandemic and in any future pandemics.

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When making funeral arrangements it's important to get it right. Starting with your last wishes and caring for the family, together we can help to keep it simple.


Catholic Cemeteries and Crematoria manages five cemeteries within the western Sydney area, providing world class funeral services, by burial or cremation. We are the independent experts helping families take care of the final stage of life.

As a not for profit Catholic organisation committed to caring for the community now and into the future, you can be sure your family's memorial will be looked after for generations to come. Our compassionate staff will do everything to make a difficult time a little easier, without the sales spiel.

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land and pay respect to all First Nations People
and our community Elders past, present and emerging.

URGENT NOTICE

Thank you for your patience during these challenging times and changing regulations.

We are very pleased to hear Police Commissioner Fuller announce this morning that 2 people are allowed to have short visits to a grave site to pay respects and mourn a loved one.

Masks must be worn at all times.  Social distancing must be observed.  All other restrictions and guidelines including travelling within your LGA are still enforced.

Maximum attendees at funerals remain at 10

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