It seems that Zoom not only teaches but also marries. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that New Yorkers will be allowed to get married through Zoom.
New York wedding offices closed due to coronavirus pandemic, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced on Twitter today that the state would allow marriage licenses to be granted remotely and, instructed its officials to conduct ceremonies via video. He did not mention a specific video conferencing platform but it seems that Zoom with a capacity of 100 people will have its honor.
With most people in some form of home stay and social distances growing due to the pandemic, New Yorkers have a chance to keep their wedding dates, inviting friends and family to join in at a distance.
His command Governor of New York enables couples who were planning their wedding but had not yet obtained their permits to obtain the necessary documents via video.
Also during Saturday's briefing, Cuomo said inpatients and intubated patients in New York continued to decline and that New York may have climbed to the top and is on the verge of escalating the disease. However, he said, 540 people died from the coronavirus in New York on Friday, bringing the state's death toll to 13.362.
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