Suzanne Ciechalski and Jareen Imam3h ago / 2:57 AM UTCWhen Daniel Cheung and Jenn Chan had to postpone their March 21 wedding because of shelter-in-place requirements, their friends knew the San Francisco-area couple would be upset. So, rather than wasting the day, they banded together to throw a virtual “wedding.” “We decided to throw a surprise virtual wedding for them on Zoom video conferencing and invite all of the guests on their guest list,” Victor Kao, Cheung’s best man, told NBC News. “We all dressed up, had a ceremony with vows, toasts, cake cutting. … We had people drop off champagne and cake to their house and everything.” Kao estimated that about 35 people celebrated. Cheung and Chan were both caught off-guard and pleased by their friends’ gestures. “[I was] surprised and really grateful to see we were able to get together virtually,” Chan said. The couple postponed their wedding to October 31. Janelle Griffith4h ago / 2:17 AM UTC5 members of Missouri family infectedFive members of a Missouri family have been diagnosed with the coronavirus, including a woman who works at a preschool where several other teachers have also been infected.Jane Weinhaus, 63, and her St. Louis-area family, including her husband, two adult children

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