Man recovering from coronavirus marries fiance in hospital
A couple's wedding story is winning hearts in these uncertain times, and we are sure it will leave you teary-eyed too.
A man, who had contracted the novel coronavirus recently, got married to his girlfriend at the hospital. The hospital arranged everything and made the day possible.
Carlos Muniz and his fiance, Grace were all set to get married. But just a few days before the wedding Carlos was found Covid-19 positive. His condition became critical, and he was placed on life support, as a last chance at survival. However, Carlos kept fighting and when the hospital came to know about his story, they arranged for the couple's wedding to take place in the building.
Carlos married his fiance, Grace, while lying on his hospital bed. And their immediate family members were in attendance. The emotional video of their wedding was shared by the hospital itself.
The clip managed to garner more than 4.6k views.
According to Carlos's attendant, the wedding was intended to be part of his recovery. Carlos and Grace's happy day also became a source of joy for the nurses, doctors, and healthcare workers during this gloomy time.
The hospital shared the clip, with the caption, "Carlos Muniz and his fiance, Grace had everything arranged to wed and were ready to say ‘I Do’ when he suddenly came down with COVID-19. His condition became critical, and he was placed on ECMO, a form of life support, as a last chance at survival. Carlos’s fight for life had diminished over the weeks and his emotions drained from his body. Watch how the power of love and the wedding of a lifetime helped Carlos find the motivation to overcome the virus (sic)."
The clip shows, Carlos, being taken to the atrium of the hospital for the nuptials while lying on his hospital bed.
For the wedding day, Grace donned a gorgeous white floor-sweeping wedding dress. As for Carlos, he was dressed in a tuxedo shirt. According to People, the wedding ceremony was officiated by Carlos's father. The couple also streamed the ceremony online so that their extended family members and friends could also attend.
Clearly, Covid-19 can't stop love. This made our day.