Ask Amy: In-law might bring a stowaway virus on her visit
Dear Amy: My wife’s sister moved away from our town last summer, relocating across the country to be with her grown son and his family — over 1,000 miles away.
We’ve always had a very good relationship with her and her family.
Her grown son and his wife have refused to be vaccinated.
They all got COVID in February.
My sister-in-law got one vaccination shot but refused to get the second dose.
Now she plans to come here to visit a friend who lives near us.
She wants to spend a day with my wife and to sleep over at our house.
My wife and I have been vaccinated, and so has our son.
She will be flying here and will not be able to quarantine because she is only going to be here for a few days.
The fact that she will not be fully vaccinated really bothers me. Are we in danger?