2020-07-02

The wedding changed into a funeral, Indian men still hold a wedding with high fever, and died 2 days later

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Original title:Indian man held a wedding in spite of the epidemic situation, died 2 days later, over 100 guests tested positive for new crown

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  [Global Network Report] A wedding has become a super spread chain. According to media reports on July 1st, recently, a bridegroom in India Bihar held a high fever and then got sick. It deteriorated and died two days later, and more than 100 guests tested positive for the new crown.

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According to reports, this groom is one A 30-year-old software engineer. Relatives of the bridegroom said that before the wedding, the bridegroom felt unwell and hoped to postpone the wedding, but because the parents of both parties believed that canceling the wedding would cause huge economic losses, it was not recommended to do so, so they had to insist on continuing the wedding. According to reports, the man had diarrhea and went to the hospital for treatment, but his family forced him to take drugs to hold a wedding. On the wedding day, the groom had a high fever and his condition was getting worse. Two days after the wedding, the groom died. More than 350 people attended the wedding that day, and then more than 100 people tested positive for the new crown.

   reported that the bridegroom’s family had cremated it without notifying the relevant departments or conducting tests. An anonymous person then reported the situation to the relevant department. Because the body of the groom was cremated, it is impossible to determine whether the groom has a new crown. The relevant departments are currently investigating this incident.

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