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May 19th Update: Learn what we're doing to keep families safe in response to Coronavirus (COVID-19).
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Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Update

May 19th Update

On May 19th, 2021, Governor Cuomo will lift “volume” restrictions on the number of people that can attend wakes at one time. “Maintaining social distancing” remains in effect and will still limit our capacity in order to comply.

We will allow 2 families to have visitation concurrently in all of our locations, except Williston Park, as its more intimate size limits capacity.

Wearing masks into the building and while visiting will continue to be mandatory.

If you are not comfortable, don’t feel well or have underlying conditions that may put you at risk, please stay home. Send a card, visit our website and post a Tribute or Light a Virtual Candle.

We thank all of our families that we have had the honor to serve, especially over the last 15 months for their patience and understanding as we have had to adjust and change in a constantly evolving environment.

There truly is a “light at the end of the tunnel” with the pandemic, but it is not over yet. The safety of our families we serve, our staff and our guests, is of the utmost importance. We will continue to provide you with exemplary service as we navigate through this next phase together.


The safety and well-being of our families, community, and employees is our top priority.

At the Thomas F. Dalton Funeral Homes, our foundation has always been service and support during difficult times. While these current challenges are unlike anything any of us have experienced in the past, we want to assure you we remain focused on your safety and providing first class, responsible service as we get through this together.

To assist with our community’s efforts to contain the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), we continue to monitor and follow local and state laws and guidance as it relates to gatherings and all other mandated and suggested precautions from our local and state leaders. We also monitor, and advise you remain aware of, the guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Funeral Home Safety Measures

In response to Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19):

  • We have increased the frequency of cleaning and disinfecting our facilities
  • We are educating our teams on the changing laws and guidance provided by our local and state leaders to ensure we provide you with the best service that is responsible and compliant
  • We are providing remote arrangement and service options to our families and guests, which we are happy to discuss with you over the telephone


To Our Family and Community

Please contact us at 516-354-0634 if you have been exposed to, or are exhibiting any of the symptoms associated with (fever, shortness of breath and cough), Coronavirus (COVID-19). We stand ready to work with you remotely to answer questions and help address your needs. 

Please practice responsible behavior and hygiene when visiting. This includes: 

  • Maintaining the recommended distance of six feet between you and the person next to you 
  • Covering your cough or sneeze with a tissue and then throwing the tissue in the trash 
  • Washing your hands regularly


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Any member of our staff is available should you have questions.


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