In New York's Hasidic Jewish community, a socially distant wedding

Once a run-of-the-mill soundtrack to New York's streets, cars honking their horns is a way to throw a socially distanced wedding reception in the time of the coronavirus outbreak. On the eve of a ban of all gatherings in the state battling the fast-spreading COVID-19, a handful of people gathered for a creative wedding in a pocket of Brooklyn populated by one of the borough's tight-knit Hasidic Jewish communities. New York state has confirmed more than 7000 new coronavirus infections.