Not Letting Covid-19 Get In The Way, Couples Are Now Getting Married Virtually

It’s not a great time for weddings. In the face of the global coronavirus outbreak, many will have their wedding plans disrupted in major ways.

But for some couples, their weddings, will go on as normal.

29-yo Merchant Navy Officer Preet Singh and his fiance Neet Kaur who had been planning their big day for six months didn’t let Corona get in the way of their union.

Their wedding was initially scheduled on April 4th. But then the lockdown happened. However, the duo decided to stick to the date.

All dressed up for the occasion, their friends and family logged in from as far as Dubai, Australia and Canda to join the unconventional ceremony that took place on an online app. Their honeymoon to Sri Lanka might be postponed, but the Mumbai boy and Delhi girl rejoice at being married.

Neither did the coronavirus outbreak force an Atlanta couple to rethink their wedding. Jillian Lee and Joshua Ogundele were set to wed at the end of March in Savannah, Georgia. But due to the COVID-19 pandemic, their plans quickly had to change.

The Rev. Thurmond N. Tillman, of the First African Baptist Church in Savannah, Georgia, officiated the virtual wedding via Zoom. The couple said their “I do’s” with more than 100 family and friends in attendance via the online app.

A big cheers to all those who are now virtually together as married couples! 

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