LONDON: A couple of months before their wedding in the UK, a couple suffering from corona decided to get married in the quarantine ward due to ill health, which was made possible by the medical staff.
Elizabeth Kerr and Summon O’Brien, two lovers in the UK, were due to get married in June this year, but both contracted corona and were rushed to hospital in an ambulance with difficulty breathing, according to the World News Agency.
In the ambulance, the couple had decided that if time did not give them a respite by June, they would get married in the hospital before they died. Elizabeth, 31, and Summon O’Brien, 36, were admitted to the quarantine ward.
Both had severe lung damage and were being given artificial oxygen due to difficulty breathing.
Meanwhile, Summon O’Brien’s condition worsened and it was decided to admit him to the intensive care unit, but before that the couple expressed their intention to get married as a last resort, which was made possible by the medical staff. In a simple ceremony, the two cut the cake and put on the ring.
The families of the two were also present outside the ward on the occasion. After a brief wedding ceremony, Summon O’Brien was admitted to the intensive care unit and later transferred to Vanity Fair.
The family and medical staff pray for the newlyweds’ recovery.