- A nurse married the woman he fell in love with during the pandemic, where they met in the strangest of scenarios
- The nurse was tasked to swab test two doctors and the initial swab-testing first meeting turned into a lovely relationship
- The nurse narrated how he would bike from his workplace at the DOH in Quezon City just to have lunch with her at The Medical City
- They got married in October before a small gathering of friends and family, who were very supportive of them
Mark Raymond Mendoza, 31, found his lifetime partner amidst the chaos of the pandemic.
In Inquirer's report, Mark swab tested Diane Rombaoa, 36, a physician, and he recalled that even before the test, their eyes already locked above the masks.
Two days later, he called to tell her that the test was negative and it was the start of a great journey. That was March.
The two became a couple in May, and in June, he asked her to marry him and in October, they tied the knot.
Indeed, there was something beautiful that transpired amid the pandemic.
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