Coronavirus pandemic has taken a big toll at several events scheduled to happen during the times we are currently in. From sports to weddings, much of the same has been cancelled or postponed, especially for the corona warriors.
In a similar incident, two doctors at the Duke University hospital also have to cancel their wedding due to the prevailing situation. However, their colleague and the staff made sure they don’t miss out on a beautiful ceremony.
Their colleagues and friends took over the birthing centre of the hospital to arrange a ceremony. They also organized them a dress, flowers, aisle and a ‘just married’ cart made form the things lying around. #Creativityatthetimeofcoronavirus
Their parents also took part in the wedding via a video call and it was a moment to behold.
“Every day I feel like we take care of our patients and we’re always so thoughtful and love what we do and to see that, also care so much about us and the things that mean so much to us, it was really touching,” Shelun Tsai told Good Morning America.
Dr. Shelun Tsai who is an OBGYN resident at Duke University Hospital and Dr. Michael Sun who is a resident in Duke Psychiatry’s program had planned to get married on April 11. they got engaged in 2016. And though their plans didn’t go as planned, they still got an adorable wedding.