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Morgues at capacity while Santa Clara County sets lofty COVID-19 vaccine goal – San José Spotlight

Local morgues are running out of space to hold those dying from COVID-19. Three hospital morgues are completely out of space while four more are nearing capacity,…

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Local morgues are running out of space to hold those dying from COVID-19.
Three hospital morgues are completely out of space while four more are nearing capacity, Santa Clara County health leaders said Tuesday.
The county has brought in three refrigerated trailers, each with a capacity for 60 bodies. Two have been placed at the medical examiner’s office, and one at Bay Area Mortuary.
A slide from Tuesday’s presentation from County Health Officer Dr. Sara Cody.
After that sobering news, Public Health…

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