Couple marries in full protective gear after bride tests positive for Covid-19

Couple marries in full protective gear after bride tests positive for Covid-19

- The deadly coronavirus has destroyed many families and set lovers apart, but a couple in India did not allow such to happen to them

- The lovebirds decided to go on with their wedding after the bride tested positive for the deadly disease that has killed a lot of people around the world

- The couple, who wore their personal protective equipment, were joined together at an isolation centre by a priest who also protected himself

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A couple in India have tied the knot in an isolation centre after the bride tested positive for the deadly coronavirus hours before the wedding.

Wearing their personal protective equipment, the couple were joined together in the courtyard of the coronavirus quarantine centre in Baran in the western state of Rajasthan, The Daily Star reports.

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Couple marries in full protective gear at isolation center after bride tests positive for COVID-19
The lovebirds went ahead with their wedding after the bride tested positive for coronavirus. Photo credit: Reuters
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Briefly.co.zo gathers that the priest who joined them also wore his own hazmat suit to protect himself against the deadly disease.

According to a health official identified as Rajendra Meena, the bride was admitted to the centre after she and a family member tested positive for Covid-19.

Rajendra said:

“We consulted with the families and they agreed to get married in the quarantine centre without any elaborate rituals."

In other wedding news from Briefly.co.za, Sandile Fuba, @Sandilefuba, made an announcement on Twitter that went viral when he let people know that he had married his best friend. The adorable couple's pics won the hearts of Twitter users who celebrated their happiness. He simply captioned his pictures with the following:

"I married my best friend last Friday."

This is what tweeps had to say: Some people were not happy with the couple but a lot of people came out in support and told them to ignore the haters.

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@SbuKaMvelase: "Halala nto zakuthi ndiyavuyisani nani sign close your ears to the insults of those who are narrow-minded and want to offload their hurt and miserable lives on you. Enjoy your beautiful union and may it be blessed with love and laughter. May you stay a beacon of hope for all of us."
@Nothand83752196: "As long you guys are happy in your relationship that's a blessing from God. Don't give a f***about what people are saying."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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