The mayor of Washington spoke out in defense of the ban on dancing at weddings

Muriel Bowser noted that newlyweds should not put themselves and guests at risk of infection.

Washington Mayor Muriel Bowser defended her decision to ban dancing at weddings, highlighting the progress the city has made in fighting the pandemic.

On April 26, Bowser announced that weddings can be held in Washington again, but with a limited number of guests and without dancing, since this activity is associated with a high risk of contracting the coronavirus.

During an interview with CNN, Bowser was asked why dancing is not allowed at wedding events.

“I think there’s a lot of good in weddings – people start their lives together and do it safely, without putting themselves or their guests in danger,” she said. “It would be possible to present this news differently: now it is possible to hold weddings in Washington,” Bowser added.

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