Despite the government of India imposed the restrictions on all kinds of large gatherings due to the coronavirus pandemic, a wedding ceremony was held in an Indian state Kerala.
After attending the marriage ceremony, as many as 43 guests, including the bride and groom have been tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
According to the details, the samples of more than 125 people, who attended the wedding ceremony on July 17, were tested and out of them, 43 guests have been tested positive for the deadly virus, including the bride and groom.
All participants of the ceremony have been directed by the authorities to go into self-isolation for as many as 14 days and report the nearest primary health centers for more medical assistance.
According to the details shared through the media, the local authorities have registered a case against the father of the bride for inviting more than 50 people for the event.
It is pertinent to mention here that the father of the bride is said to have contracted the deadly virus first, and faces a two-year jail term and Rs10,000 fine for flouting coronavirus restrictions.