Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg recently announced she is once again undergoing chemotherapy for another bout with cancer.
While she has not been seen in public recently, Ginsburg did manage to get out of the house to officiate the wedding of a family friend over the weekend.
Prior to the ceremony, both the bride, Barb Solish, and the groom, Danny Kazin, were tested for COVID-19, the Washington Examiner reported.
Both tests came back negative and the ceremony was held outdoors.
The bride shared a photo on Twitter:
2020 has been rough, but yesterday was Supreme. pic.twitter.com/k9wBXtSCEm
— Barb Solish (@barbsolish) August 31, 2020
The photo marks the first public sighting of the justice since she revealed her chemotherapy treatment in July, according to NBC News.
Solish is a family friend of the Justice as well as being the Communications Director for the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
Kazin works for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, USA Today reported.
Ginsburg is the oldest Supreme Court Justice on the court and has been beset with health problems over the last two years.
Recently, she has undergone chemo for yet another battle with cancer, but she still insists she has no plans on retiring anytime soon.
So, it makes it even more interesting that amid a pandemic, negative tests or not, that she would conduct a ceremony within close proximity of other people without wearing a mask.