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Rajasthan couple ties knot in PPE kits after bride tests positive for COVID-19

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Rajasthan couple ties knot in PPE kits after bride tests positive for COVID-19
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The couple tied the knot at Kelwara COVID Centre in Shahbad, wearing personal protection equipment (PPE) kits after the bride's COVID-19 report came positive on the wedding day. The video of the ceremony recorded on camera is now doing rounds on social media.

The ceremony was conducted following the government's COVID protocols.

A video shared by ANI, shows them wearing personal protection equipment (PPE) kits as they take marital vows.

The groom was seen wearing the traditional turban over the PPE suit along with the gloves while the bride who is COVID positive was also seen wearing a face shield and gloves while performing the rituals.

Among the guests allowed for attending the wedding was the priest, the bride's father for performing the kanyadaan, the sub-divisional magistrate, the SHO of Kelwara police station and the block chief medical officer who ensured that full Covid protocol was followed.

The priest and father seen in the video are also wearing PPE kits. The priest can be heard chanting the mantras and passing instructions to the couple for the necessary wedding rituals.

In a unique twist during the wedding season, the video of the couple is doing rounds on social media platforms.

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