KMBC: Couple gets married in hospital after groom gets diagnosed with COVID-19

A local couple was supposed to get married. But the day before the wedding, the groom was admitted to Saint Luke's East Hospital for COVID-19.

The wedding was put on hold, until the bride had an idea.

KMBC talked to the happy newlyweds and Carrie Willis, nurse manager of the COVID unit at Saint Luke's East Hospital, about how the bride and nurses pulled together a virtual wedding that was even more special than what was originally planned.

Watch the full story below.

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