Orchestrating the Best Death Possible

COVID-19 has sent ICUs eerily silent, save the ambient noise of machines working to keep the sickest patients alive.
With loved ones forced to stay away, palliative care workers teams are often been the only person in the room when a person dies.
Several shared their stories with Sarah Zhang.
“I had an iPad with 20 or so family members who were all over the globe. They were reciting prayers. At one point it reminded me of church bells. All those voices all over the world, coming together at the same time,” recalled Rev. John Kearns, a chaplain.
The Atlantic

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