As the pandemic rumbles on, the death toll in Japan has reached over 17,900. In many cases, strict rules to contain the virus mean grieving family members have been unable to share their loved ones' final moments. Japan's national guidelines say the risk of contracting COVID from a body is extremely low, if precautions are taken. But many people are still not allowed to see the deceased before the funeral. Today's report looks at efforts to make grieving a little easier for bereaved families.