Weddings, with all the extravaganza, could be one of the most profitable businesses. But since the start of novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, pandemic, weddings have been shorn of all their paraphernalia. Worse, many have been called off, leaving wedding entrepreneurs at the altar.For most, business has plummeted by up to 100 percent, and there is no visibility on future bookings. They are staring at blank balance sheets, but still have dozens of refunds and payments to make.To track all live updates from the coronavirus pandemic, click here…Close The coronavirus breakout that intensified in March led to nationwide lockdown for 21 days, which in all probability is likely to be extended further. While marriages were allowed during this period, it had to be scaled down. Many couples, who chose to cancel weddings, are yet to set a date, further adding to the uncertainty. related news Coronavirus pandemic | A boon for cybercriminals Coronavirus pandemic | 50% of COVID-19 patients found in four civic wards in Mumbai “So far there are no confirmed orders or any leads since no one knows how long it will go on,” said Kaviya Kamaraj, who runs Tamil Brides Guide (TBG), an online platform that offers services… Read full this story
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