The future husband was actually already sick with a hefty round of fever and diarrhea on the day of the wedding, which was to be held in his rural hometown of Paliganj in northeastern India.
But the traditions should be upheld, as they are usually on the edges, and a change would cost a lot of money. The wedding was to be held on the scheduled date, 15. June, decided the family against the 30-year-old man's wish. It told a relatives according to The Indian Express.
So he had to swallow some paracetamol tablets and carry out the ceremony.
Two days after he was dead, and health authorities estimate now, that he probably ended up to be the biggest superspreder in the state of Bihar, which is home to the well 104 million inhabitants. It writes, among others, Hindustan Times and CBS News.
It was about a 30-year-old software engineer, who daily lived in a suburb of New Delhi. A month before the wedding was to be held, he began to show symptoms of the coronavirus.
He died during transport to the hospital, where the family sent him, after his condition was significantly worsened on the day.
They took care, however, to have him quickly cremated without undergoing a single test.
Soon, the authorities started to track down all 350 guests were present at the wedding.
A work, which this week was still in progress, which so far had ended with less than 100 positive tests. The bride's test, however, was not one of them.
Our top priority now is to break the chain. We have a secluded parts of the neighbouring towns Meetha Kuan, Khagari and a part of the Paliganj also said the local police chief, Chiranjeev Pandey, according to CBS News for The Indian Express.
the Virus is still not under control in India, as the world's fjerdehårdest hit the country has had nearly 600,000 infected and 17,000 died out of a population of 1.35 billion.