Has anyone read the new Health and Safety Laws regarding any Hep C sufferer (even if they have slayed the dragon) being put in an "infectious free" bag with a yellow and black tag meaning toxic. Also Funeral Directors and their staff will not embalm us or touch us ie. brush hair, put make-up on etc etc. Also when we are in our coffins for our family to see us it is up to the family to put their hand in the plastic bag to touch us. We cannot also wear want we want in our coffins. I find this very disturbing so I ask does anyone have any more information regarding this. Thanks, Lorraine
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