The couple whose October nuptials on Long Island turned into a COVID-19 superspreader event — sickening at least 34 and resulting in the venue getting its liquor license yanked — has been identified, according to a report.
Cydnie Piscatello and James Rugnetta tied the knot on Oct. 17 at North Fork Country Club in Suffolk County in front of 113 guests — more than double the legal limit for events during the pandemic, the Daily Mail reported Wednesday.
Photos from the couple’s big day show the bride dressed in a white gown and groom in a navy tuxedo at the stunning venue in Cutchogue.
The wedding resulted in at least 34 coronavirus infections — including 30 guests, three of the venue’s staff and one wedding venue — and prompted 159 people to have to quarantine, Gov. Cuomo’s office announced Monday.