would you consider attending a wedding right now? v.COVID-19

TheRightToRemainSilent

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Mar 31, 2001
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my brother is getting married next week and i expect less than 30 people will be there. i told my mom that i wasn't going and she understood....but my dad is losing his shit because i don't want to go.

his first venue cancelled on them and they absolutely refused to reschedule the date and instead scrambled to find the first place that would let them rent it.

i just think it's selfish to have events like that right now, but maybe i'm wrong :dunno:
 

Jumpem

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Oct 9, 2002
40,041
Your brother and his fiancé can get married with just the two of them and an officiant.

They can have a big reception in a year when this has blown over.
 

kitty

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Jul 23, 2004
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No, but don't care for weddings. I'm not going to risk my health for something I don't care for doing. Your family should understand, if not call them and fake cough and say you will try to be there if your fever goes down.
 

Ron

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Sep 21, 2003
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waste of time unless everyone gets tested and 100% fully quarantines until the date of the wedding, and manages to completely avoid contact with anyone while traveling, what's the point
Or get tested the day before, in SF you can get results within 24 hours

everyone means everyone

Am I taking crazy pills??
 

mollywhop

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Feb 13, 2020
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Or get tested the day before, in SF you can get results within 24 hours

everyone means everyone

Am I taking crazy pills??
but if they weren't quarantined up until the point that they got tested, and caught it a day before but it hasn't reached the incubation period where it shows in the test/you can infect others, they would have a negative test result despite having covid-19
 

mollywhop

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Feb 13, 2020
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there are a million ways for that not to work and about 3 where it could in a perfect world

going to a mass gathering of any type, but particularly one with tens of different households presumably from multiple states across the country, is irresponsible and unnecessarily dangerous at this time...full stop
 

phatguy88

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Nov 8, 2005
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boston
my brother is getting married next week and i expect less than 30 people will be there. i told my mom that i wasn't going and she understood....but my dad is losing his shit because i don't want to go.

his first venue cancelled on them and they absolutely refused to reschedule the date and instead scrambled to find the first place that would let them rent it.

i just think it's selfish to have events like that right now, but maybe i'm wrong :dunno:
No way. If it were three months ago sure. My venue cancelled so I had a microwedding this past october when rates were < 1%. Now they are 7%. I'm sure its >20 where you are now

Are people getting covid tested first, and masks required the entire time (except while eating, in an outdoor venue) ? That's what we did
 

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