I’m not going to a large and
pretty important family gathering because I’m afraid of covid. They’ll be going to a restaurant as well.
I told them I wasn’t going. I think they’ve all become complacent about covid to be frank. When I said I wasn’t going it went down like a lead balloon to say the least.
I’m afraid there’s going to be lasting repercussions from my decision. But it is what it is.
With time, it should blow over. It’s understandable to be cautious right now
I haven’t seen any restaurant that will accept a party larger than 6 in my city.
I go out to eat often.
Don’t Even Worry About it
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I agree so much arguments with me and my family over this covid. My father is complacent about covid. Now I have to live in fear of covid for who knows how long.
One of my brothers is disorganized and he keep bringing friends and nearly naked girls home during this corona. My parents yell at him but he never listens.
nearly naked girls
I Honestly Don’t Sea Tha Prob Here… . …
We’re arab, my parents don’t like that. Its our culture.
I don’t know what they’re doing. Hiring out the room maybe. I didn’t ask and didn’t want to know.
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My father is Arab and my mothers father was Arab, I can relate.
I’ve found most things you think will be serious usually aren’t whilst those you don’t think of really make an impression. I think your doing the right thing. People are totally complacent over here and we’re getting a second wave through so I think it’s a smart move…I’m sure the family will come back around.
@everhopeful I think you’re making the right decision regarding avoiding large indoor gatherings. That’s how we ended up with some of the COVID-19 super spreader situations here in the U.S. And look at our COVID-19 stats in the U.S. now. Count your blessings that you’re not in our situation and hope for the best for those family members who are attending the gathering.
@everhopeful, you are doing the right thing.
Covid spreads easily from person to person, it seems to love gatherings.
My brother is getting a bit too relaxed when it comes to this deadly virus.
He stopped by yesterday with his lovely girl friend and took off his mask.
He wants to have a family gathering during Christmas Eve at his new house, and I flat out told him that me and our Father won’t be going.
It’s too risky.
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