April 28 2021 A couple in Indor County, Madhya Pradesh, India, recently held a special wedding ceremony, India Today reported Thursday. As the groom tested positive for coronavirus a week ago, the couple and the scene wore protective clothing at the wedding ceremony, under the supervision of government officials to complete the wedding.
The groom was reportedly quarantined at home after testing positive for coronavirus a week ago but asymptomatic. Their wedding is scheduled for the 26th.
Local Indian government officials went to the groom’s house and asked for the wedding to be cancelled. But when the bride’s father learned that the wedding might be called off, he suddenly fainted, and he had been suffering from a heart attack.
Moreover, the groom’s grandmother is in poor health and is now 80 years old, and her family fears that time is running out. So the couple implored officials to allow them to have a wedding.
Reported that local officials in India, taking into account the couple’s situation, allowed them to hold the wedding, but asked the wedding attendance can not exceed eight people, and wear protective clothing. The wedding was originally attended by 20 people. The whole ceremony reportedly lasted an hour.