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Important Statement on COVID-19 and Kentucky Funeral Service.

Published: December 14, 2020

Visitations and Funerals are limited to 50% of your buildings occupancy capacity; excluding officiants, clergy, and staff, while maintaining social distance of six (6) feet for attendees. If you cannot maintain the six feet requirement, you must reduce your occupancy capacity until the six feet requirement can be obtained.  Seating should be arranged that allows for social distancing of at least six feet for all services.  Continued use of live streaming social medial broadcasts are encouraged as are the continued use of drive by visitations and drive in funerals.  Attendees at outdoor services must maintain the six feet of social distance, if they are not of the same household. Attendees are, however, encouraged to stay in their vehicles.  Encourage funeral home staff, clergy and attendees to wear face coverings while attending services.  You should consider taking attendees’ temperatures and you should not allow individuals with elevated temperatures or signs of illness to attend in-person services.  Assure that restrooms are used by one person at a time and all frequently touched surfaces throughout the facility are properly cleaned and are disinfected. (e.g. door knobs and handles) The facility will maintain a written disinfection plan that follows CDC guidelines.  Must provide hand sanitizer, handwashing facilities, tissues and waste baskets in convenient locations.  Restrict the use of all common areas (i.e. foyers, lobbies, vending areas and community/multi-purpose rooms) if possible and should not provide communal food or beverages.  Encourage no physical contact and continue to post Health Department COVID safety signs.  Encourage staff and pallbearers to take precautions to stay safe while they are in close proximity. The rules for reopening businesses, including funeral homes, can be found on Kentucky’s COVID-19 website https://govstatus.egov.com/kycovid19 under “Healthy at Work” https://govstatus.egov.com/ky-healthy-at-work Please review this information periodically as it is subject to change. FDAK will inform you if and when the guidelines do change.

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The way we say good bye is very personal. A life that touched your heart, and the hearts of so many others, should be celebrated. You need a place where you can meet with friends and family to share memories, shed tears, and laugh as you remember the special times. You need someone to walk with you, taking care of the details, so you are able to spend precious moments with loved ones. How does one capture a life in a visitation? a service? Anderson Laws & Jones Funeral Home will help you create that special experience, being sensitive to the unique needs of today's family.

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Fain C. Anderson
Founder and President of 
Anderson-Laws Funeral Home
1937-1972
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Dukie Jones Began his career at Anderson-Laws Funeral Home.Served as President from 1972 until 1999.

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