Why I went to a wedding during coronavirus pandemic in Australia.

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So, I went to a wedding on the weekend.

I know what you’re thinking.

Have you not been reading the news?

Why did you ignore the warnings?

What about that wedding that went viral because 37 people got coronavirus by attending?

Didn’t you think of all that?

Well, yeah. My partner and I talked about it for days beforehand, weighing up the pros and cons.

Like, pro: We get to celebrate our beautiful friends finally tying the knot after 10 years together. Our friends who were unable to cancel their wedding without losing all their money, who wouldn’t be in a position to do it again any time soon.

Con: that wedding that went viral because 37 people got coronavirus.

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The thing is, as of Friday last week, the latest advice from the Government was that gatherings of under 100 people were allowed.

The wedding had around 60…

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