Why big weddings:engagement events are a big NO
Your Carelessness Can Kill Your Family Members.
55 people attended a wedding in Maine, USA when Covid cases were on decline; only ONE guest was COVID +
Many caught it and brought the infection home and beyond, infecting 177
7 out of 177 people - who didn’t even attend the wedding - DIED
Avoid weddings/parties/crowds. Do a small wedding now and the party next year on 1st anniversary more
Absolutely! Avoid all sorts of mass gathering. more
IF YOU PAY APPROPRIATE RESPECT TO COVID-19 VIRUS,
COVID-19 VIRUS ALSO WOULD RESPECT YOU.
TAKE ALL MEASURES TO KEEP APPROPRIATE DISTANCE FROM THIS DEVIL. more
Yesterday I was in a meeting with a Lt.Colonel of Army Signal in his Asarwa Lines (Dhaula Kuan) Office. His senior despite all precautions and fitness had contracted Covid. So this Virus is not to be taken lightly. People who are roaming around in markets without masks need to be punished in public with 10 strikes of the lathi on video. The meagre Rs.500/- fine has become a laughing thing...let for a change the law breakers become a laughing stock. Men, Women...no partiality, let them have it. more
I agree. Why let corona virus spread when it is possible to arrest it. Of course, we need to exercise restraint. more
People should not use the excuse of Covid 19 to save money on weddings. Whatever they save on account of small weddings, they should contribute to the PM Welfare Fund or provide food for some charity organizations. The big weddings were created to provide employment opportunities for many, and generate more income for the lower level of people, such as flower decorators, cleaners, cooks and servers, etc. etc. From one familys expense, several people will have their food. more