The bleak reality of a coronavirus lock is revealed as the undertaker shares heartbreaking photos from the crematorium with chairs spaced 6ft apart
- Phil Cosgrove shared a heartbreaking photo of the inside of the crematorium
- Ten chairs are spaced around the small 1.8m chapel
- Funeral director Mr. Cosgrove pleads with the public to take the coronavirus seriously
- He urges the British to comply with strict government measures
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A funeral director shared a heartbreaking photo from a Liverpool crematorium with only 10 chairs dotted around the chapel.
Phil Cosgrove, who runs an independent funeral service in Whiston, says the government’s strict coronavirus measures, including social distance, limit the number of survivors who are allowed to attend the funerals.
His photo, taken at Springwood Crematorium, shows chairs spaced 6 feet apart – including seats reserved for close relatives.
The funeral director claimed that government measures escalated within a week as funeral abilities shrank from 30 to just 10.
Families cannot dress their loved ones in their own clothes to avoid the risk of infection. They are instead dressed in a dress.
Mourners are given black latex gloves on their way to the chapel, which are then safely collected in a hazardous waste bag at the end of the shift.
Phil Cosgrove shared a heartbreaking photo of the interior of Liverpool’s Springwood Crematorium, showing only 10 chairs spaced 1.8 meters apart during the service
The family funeral service has also stopped providing carriers or limos, limiting the service to just one hearse with driver and committing to it.
Mr. Cosgrove hopes that this photo will shock millions of Britons who continue to ignore government measures to keep the coronavirus compliant.
He begs the audience to take official advice, adding, “Hopefully this photo will give them something to think about when they go out for the sake of the fact.”
“If they don’t listen to Boris Johnson, will they listen to me?”
He explained, “But it won’t hurt – if we all insist that everyone abide by these rules, hopefully things will go a lot faster for all of us.
“Our hearts go out to poor families who are grieving and experiencing these limitations during their loved ones’ funerals.
“But there are still people who don’t understand the seriousness of it all.”
Phil Cosgrove says strict government coronavirus measures – including social distance – limit the number of survivors who are allowed to attend funerals
As millions of Britons continue to violate Mr. Johnson’s draconian termination, police have responded by cracking down on members of the public rebellion.
The Derbyshire Police drone unit is using an unmanned aerial vehicle to attack people who are disregarding the travel ban, while the Tyneside Northumbria Police have cut a football game because only two people can get together over the next three weeks.
North Yorkshire police said it will now use unannounced checkpoints to stop vehicles and instruct drivers to disclose their travel details.
Devon police have responded in kind, as the Home Office is preparing to announce new powers for the police to help them cut public meetings.
Those powers likely include the option of forcing people to go home as a last resort if they don’t listen to the police or disregard a £ 30 fine.