Can we bypass the coronavirus for social gatherings? | COVID-19 Special

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    Weddings bring us together in celebration of love, family and community. COVID-19 is changing our rituals from cancelling flights to trimming the guest list and even dealing with the Virus itself. Many people are changing their event plans. Yet some do move forward. Here’s one community’s take on a wedding in the time of Corona.

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