“My father was an essential worker, so he continued to work,” says Hannah, who lost her father, Russel, a 9-1-1 operator, to complications of COVID-19. He died on March 29, 2020. She says she feels guilty that she wasn’t able to spend time with her father before his death.

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“I was not able to see my father until ten days after he passed, and it was just me in a mask and gloves,” Hannah says, noting that she had only had 10 minutes to say her goodbyes.

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“We don’t get to have a memorial for my father. We don’t get to have a funeral,” she continues, adding, “Everything that you would normally do to grieve – we don’t get to do.”

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