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County Coroner Discusses Responding to COVID-19 Deaths for Last Eight Months

Washington County Coroner
Rogers Morris has been the Washington County coroner for 18 years. Here he is in a photo from 2012.

Washington County Coroner Roger Morris and his staff have spent the last eight months responding to all suspected COVID-19 deaths in the county. Morris discusses the process they go through to pick up a body during the pandemic and how they confirm whether a person did or did not die from the coronavirus. He also provides insights into the latest spike in deaths in Northwest Arkansas and across the state.

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