It’s been several months because the pandemic began even though cases and hospitalizations have dropped, there’s no finish around the corner for frontline workers. “CBS This Morning” lead national correspondent David Begnaud spoken with a funeral director in California that has been busier now than at every other point throughout the pandemic. He states the job has had a psychological toll because he attempts to do his better to help families who’ve lost family members to COVID-19.
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