Marriage at COVID Care Centre: Couple ties knot in PPE kits

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Image tweet by @ANI
Image tweet by @ANI

Jaipur : In one of its kind marriages in India, a Rajasthan-based couple tied knot at a COVID-19 care centre, wearing PPE kits. The couple tied knots at Kelwara COVID Centre in Bara.

The decision to get married at the COVID-19 centre was taken after the bride tested positive for coronavirus on the wedding day. 

The marriage ceremony was conducted following the government’s COVID-19 protocols. The bride, groom and priest were all seen wearing PPE kits, in a video tweeted by ANI.

Earlier in the day, the Rajasthan government restricted the number of wedding attendees to 100 people at the wedding venue.

In view of the prevailing COVID-19 situation, the owner of the wedding hall or garden will have to ensure that entry to the venue is closed once 100 people gather, the Rajasthan government order stated.

If rules are violated, the owner of the venue will be held responsible and action will be taken against him and his license will also be cancelled, according to the state government order.