BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Body bags are now in stock at Amazon, with a guaranteed delivery well before Christmas. This comes as good news for families that insist on disregarding CDC guidance and plan to congregate for the holidays. Timing is perfect for those who will develop critical symptoms over the next several days as a result of Thanksgiving exposure.
The body bags offered at Amazon appear to be high quality. “All seams are electronically heat sealed to contain the bodily fluid,” states the description. “Lockable zipper tab protects the cain of custody, great for funeral usage!” (The exclamation mark is in the description).
Also states the listing: “The double style zipper makes it easier to put in a body in the body bag.” This is often a problem — getting the body into a body bag can be challenging. The double style zipper means you can reach in to pull it shut — or even climb inside with the body, close it most of the way, then get out.
As is often the case with Amazon, the body bag is returnable if you end up not needing it, so ordering one — or even a few — is a risk free endeavor. It really depends on how many people you welcomed into your home for Thanksgiving, and how many of them will be returning for Christmas.
The body bag is part of Prime and sells for $24.99. The company also suggests “leak free gloves” as a “product related to this item.”
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