Regardless of COVID fears, all wedding ceremony halls and venues have been booked for weddings

Despite COVID fears, all wedding halls and venues have been booked for weddings

Hyderabad: The second wave of the Covid pandemic and the subsequent lockdown in Telangana state to contain the spread of the virus have caused many families to postpone or postpone their plans for their children’s weddings, which were scheduled for the auspicious days starting May 16 change until 30.

There are usually many weddings in the months of May and June. According to Gopala Sharma, a priest in the city, there are 16 muhurtas in May and 12 muhurtas in June.

According to Vedic scholars, nearly tens of thousands of weddings will take place in the common Palamuru district in the next two months. The auspicious season began on May 6th and continues until June 26th.

As part of the blockade, the state government has issued special rules for holding weddings. People perform marriages according to the COVID protocols. Officials advise that the number of family members and important guests at weddings and other ceremonies should not exceed 40. The wedding ceremony should only have 20 guests. According to financial officials, the wedding should be held in dormitories whenever possible to minimize the number of visitors.

Prior approval from the local Tehsildar is required.

A wedding that takes place at home with a few guests can be legalized by registering with the registry office. According to the procedure, the bride and groom should file an affidavit along with school reports, birth certificates, Aadhar cards, local testimonials, and three witnesses.

COVID protocol at weddings

Wearing masks and disinfectants is required at weddings, including for the bride and groom.

The wedding location should be completely renovated the day before the wedding.

Those attending the wedding should be checked for symptoms such as a fever or a cold.

Authorities are warning people to block entry to anyone who has symptoms or may show signs of COVID.

Meanwhile, police and Treasury officials have stated that large wedding venues should be avoided and that family members and guests should follow Covid’s safety protocols.