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Chinese Couple Holds no-guest Wedding Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

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How to hold a safe wedding amid the novel coronavirus outbreak? A Chinese couple just set an example with a two-minute service attended by only six people, all wearing masks throughout the entire time.

In Other to Hold a Safe wedding and Prevent Contacting Coronavirus, Chinese Love Bird figured a Nice treat to Perfect their wedding without having second story to tell about it.

They Loved to Have a wedding filled with Hundreds of Family and Friends but their Choice Jumped to having a Wedding with just six(6)  People all together.

Torixus Learnt that the couple had their perfect wedding in the bridegroom's House where they received blessings from both parents.

The wedding was held at Licha Town, the city of Qingdao On Thursday. The Wedding was Hosted by the bride's Father and her mother acted as the Photographer.

Zhang Long and Chen Xiao Answered the government call to stay at home and avoiding crowds amid the novel coronavirus outbreak

"We're in a critical time of epidemic prevention and control, so we decided not to invite guests or hold a banquet," said Zhang, the bridegroom. "After all, a wedding is just a ceremony, and the most important thing is our happiness."


On the day of the wedding, Zhang, wearing a mask, followed the custom to drive to the bride's house in Licha Town, the city of Qingdao. There, in a romantic ritual, he lifted the bride's red veil to see a mask on her face.

"Because of the mask, I didn't even know the color of the lipstick she was wearing," the bridegroom recalled.

Presided by the bride's father, the wedding lasted no longer than two minutes.

"My father in law spoke very quickly. Bow to heaven and earth, bow to parents, bow to each other, and the wedding was over. We didn't even have the chance to say our wedding vows," Zhang said.

Before the novel coronavirus swept the nation, Zhang's plan was to have a typical Chinese wedding complete with all the pompous rituals. He booked a 50-table feast, 20 wedding cars and invited four pairs of groomsmen and bridesmaids.

"Everything was canceled. He only spent several hundred yuan to marry me, but it doesn't matter, as long as he is the right man for me," said Chen Xiao, the bride.

On the way back to the groom's house, they passed three checkpoints for measuring body temperatures.

"The volunteers there congratulated us during the checks," Chen said. "Although no relatives or friends came in-person to congratulate us, I believe more people blessed us from their hearts."

Many villagers gave them thumbs up in the WeChat group chat after Zhang Long's father announced the no-guest wedding. "We are in a critical time of novel coronavirus prevention. The villagers support their decision," said Liu Jingming, party chief of Licha Town.

This is not the first no-guest wedding held amid China's anti-coronavirus fight. On Jan. 27, Sun Wenlong and Liu Miaomiao also had a no-guest masked wedding in Qingdao. "When the epidemic is over, I will definitely make it up to her," said Sun. 

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