COVID or not, wedding will be held on the dot
They have been planning to tie the knot on April 25. But the bridegroom-to-be got here down with COVID-19 simply earlier than the wedding day and was admitted to the Government Medical College Hospital (MCH), Alappuzha. However, the couple will not let the virus are available in the method of their plans. Sarath Mon, 28, of Kainakary in Alappuzha, will marry his fiancee Abhirami, 20, from the hospital mattress between 12 p.m. and 12.20 p.m. on Sunday. She is from Thekkanaryad right here.
N. Sasidharan, Sarath’s father, stated the couple’s wedding had been in the making for 2 years. “It dragged on as Sarath was employed in Qatar. He returned recently and both the families finalised April 25 as the wedding date. But Sarath and his mother contracted COVID-19 and have been admitted to the MCH since April 21. As there are no auspicious dates for the marriage any time soon, the families agreed to go ahead with the marriage. We contacted authorities and they have given permission to conduct the marriage in the hospital in accordance with COVID-19 protocol,” he stated.
Sunny C.S., who helped the households get permission for the wedding after the total household went into quarantine, stated everybody concerned was relieved that the perform would be held as per schedule.
The wedding would be held in a room in the hospital. Ms. Abhirami, accompanied by a relative, would attain the MCH simply earlier than the ‘muhurtham.’ The couple would tie the knot carrying PPE kits. Other than Sarath’s mom, the relative accompanying Abhirami, and some hospital employees, nobody would be allowed in the room.
‘Least possible time’
MCH superintendent R.V. Ramlal stated the wedding would be held in the least attainable time whereas strictly adhering to COVID-19 protocol. District Collector A. Alexander granted particular permission for the perform, based mostly on a report of docs.