Guests attend wedding via live streaming to maintain social distancing

Aizbah KhanWeb Editor

11th Apr, 2020. 11:41 pm
Guests attend wedding via live streaming to maintain social distancing

To maintain social distancing amidst novel coronavirus pandemic the Indonesian couple walk down the isle in a simple wedding with relatives and loved via live streaming.

The wedding ceremony took place in the presence of a few family members.

Close friends and family members attended the marriage ceremony through live streaming.

The bride and groom have received the greetings online after the ceremony.

4,530 confirmed cases of the coronavirus reported in Malaysia which is the highest number of COVID-19 for any country in Southeast Asia.

1,995 people recovered from the virus while 73 deaths reported so far.

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Meanwhile in Singapore strict laws have been introduced to promote social distancing during coronavirus outbreak that anybody offending the laws will be sent to jail for six months.

Sources say that those who do not keep at least one meter (3.2 feet) apart, or who meet in groups of more than 10 people outside of work or school, could be given six months’ imprisonment or could have to pay the fine of up to 10,000 Singapore dollars ($7,000).

The new measures were implemented from Friday in Singapore. The measures also included the same penalties for those who do not stay in their accommodation if given “Stay-Home Notice.”

The notices have been sent to certain inbound travelers and people with respiratory conditions marked by medical practitioners.

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