- Two doctors made the time to say "I do" in a wedding ceremony at a hospital
- The couple were set to say their vows on 11 April but had to cancel the wedding due to the coronavirus
- Dr Shelun Tsai and her fiancé, Dr Michael Sun, have now tied the knot at the hospital with their friends and family attending virtually
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The coronavirus has globally disrupted the lives of most people. With lockdowns imposed in many countries around the world, people have been focusing on battling Covid-19 and staying healthy.
On the frontline in the fight against the virus, doctors and other medical workers have been working tirelessly to save lives.
Dr Shelun Tsai and her fiancé, Dr Michael Sun, are amongst those who put their lives on hold to tend to patients during these difficult times.
The New York couple were set to tie the knot on 11 April but with the rising coronavirus cases in the US, they decided to put the special day on hold, NYPost reported.
Dr Tsai works as an obstetrician-gynaecologist, and her fiancé, Dr Sun, is a resident in psychiatry at the Duke Birthing Centre.
They have been engaged since 2016, News24 reported. Their colleagues wanted to do something special for the couple who had to put their nuptials on hold.
So, they organised an intimate and special wedding ceremony at the hospital. According to Metro, the groom could not be there in person but he attended the wedding via Zoom.
Their friends and family could also witness their union virtually.
Take a look at their wedding photos below:
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported an SA couple won Mzansi social media users' hearts with their backyard wedding.
A young woman took to Twitter to share details of her wedding. Kizi M (@Kizi_Sigudu) tweeted photos of herself posing in a beautiful white wedding dress and revealed that she and her partner tied the knot in their backyard.
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