You may not kiss the bride! Turkey's wedding halls reopen- but with a twist
You may not kiss the bride! Turkey's wedding halls reopen- but with a twist

Bride Pelsin Akkoyun and groom Nizamettin Bingol, wearing protective face masks, walk following their civil wedding ceremony, amid the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Diyarbakir, Turkey, July 2, 2020. Turkey reopened its wedding halls in one of the final steps of reopening from the shutdown due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). REUTERSSertac Kayar

You may not kiss the bride! Turkey's wedding halls reopen- but with a twist

Turkish brides-to-be were forced to adjust their own wedding veils and added the finishing touch of a lace-trimmed white face mask before they went out to meet their beloveds as the country allowed wedding halls, along with theatres and internet cafes, to open again from Wednesday as it wound down some of its last major coronavirus curbs in a bid to return life to normal and revive the economy.

Haber Merkezi 10:47 July 03, 2020 Reuters, Yeni Şafak

You may not kiss the bride! Turkey's wedding halls reopen- but with a twist

Turkish brides-to-be were forced to adjust their own wedding veils and added the finishing touch of a lace-trimmed white face mask before they went out to meet their beloveds as the country allowed wedding halls, along with theatres and internet cafes, to open again from Wednesday as it wound down some of its last major coronavirus curbs in a bid to return life to normal and revive the economy. Turkish brides-to-be were forced to adjust their own wedding veils and added the finishing touch of a lace-trimmed white face mask before they went out to meet their beloveds as the country allowed wedding halls, along with theatres and internet cafes, to open again from Wednesday as it wound down some of its last major coronavirus curbs in a bid to return life to normal and revive the economy. Bride Pelsin Akkoyun and groom Nizamettin Bingol, wearing protective face masks, walk following their civil wedding ceremony, amid the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Diyarbakir, Turkey, July 2, 2020. Turkey reopened its wedding halls in one of the final steps of reopening from the shutdown due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). REUTERSSertac Kayar
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