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A nurse in Wuhan, wearing a dress and veil made from a hazmat suit, married her fiancée via video chat

4 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

A nurse in Wuhan got married to her fiancée in a video chat ceremony arranged by her colleagues at the hospital.
The nurse, Tang Xingxing, wore a wedding dress and veil made from a hazmat suit and carried a bouquet made of rubber gloves.
Tang said her colleagues organized the ceremony as a surprise to ease the increasing pressure medical workers feel to "defeat" the virus.
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