Coronavirus: Couple, Guests Take Preventive Measures During Wedding, See Pics

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The wedding pictures depict that packed food was arranged for the guests to limit contact. The tables were supplied with ample of hand sanitizers.

Written By Zaini Majeed | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Pictures of a wedding ceremony in Maharashtra where the guests and couple wore masks due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis have gone viral. At least 50 guests invited to the wedding were asked to take necessary precautions as a preventive measure against the deadly disease as they posed in their masks. The event was held at the Vashi area of Navi Mumbai where the bride and the groom tied the knot. 

Hand sanitizers made available

The wedding pictures depict that packed food was arranged for the guests to limit contact. The tables were supplied with ample of hand sanitizers. Except for the pictures, the guests ensured that they maintained at least 6 meters distance amongst each other. The tweet instantly triggered mixed responses on social media.

While some users appreciated the efforts maintained, others criticized the social gathering. “Memorable marriage event, marriage during the period of COVID19,” wrote a Twitter user. “These people are called sensitive and responsible Indians, be like them,” commented another.“Still, try avoiding mass gatherings, would be best for all!” suggested a concerned user. The Tweet was liked over 880 times. 

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