My friend is annoyed i want to get a covid test a week before her wedding?
I have been feeling sluggish and sick the past few days her wedding is in Pennsylvania with 150 people i mentioned i wanted to get tested before goin into a crowd and she’s annoyed claiming the tests are not accurate and if i test positive and don’t go it will ruin the wedding
- Common SenseLv 73 weeks ago
Follow your plans to be tested.
It is delusional that you would ruin her wedding if you had tested positive for covid and stayed home. That is bridezilla talking. Ohh, it would be so much better if you showed up sick and infected dozens of people to take the virus back home to their loved ones? Jesus Christ, with stupid people like that bride, no wonder this virus is spreading.
Get tested and do what is right.
- Jenny LynneLv 71 month ago
She should be thankful. Have the test no matter what she says. If by chance you tested positive do you want do endanger not only yourself; but, possibly infect atleast some of the 150 and even the bride and groom. She sounds spoiled and apparently does not get the seriousness of this virus. I wonder how many people will show up in this crowed atmosphere and if you don't get tested; but, do have it--can you live with yourself if someone perhaps an older person gets this and dies from it. You may think I am overthinking; but, this is something that needs to be thought over very, very seriously. In fact if I were you, I would back out for your safety. How many million people have been killed by this virus and it is so easily transmitted. You decide, your friend or your life.
- Citizen AwesomeLv 61 month ago
Ur friend is a COVIDiot! Go get the test. Its ur body and ur moral responsibility.
- -Lv 61 month ago
this is why people are dying. Get tested. If you are positive don't go because then you'll infect others. Imaging if you are and you give it to the bride and she dies.
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- Coach SimonLv 71 month ago
If you are infected and you go it will not only be the wedding ruined!
- TaraLv 71 month ago
Your health - and the health of everyone around you - is the most important thing. She probably would not want to catch Covid from you (if you have it).
- dripLv 71 month ago
If have a positive test and are feeling ill, don’t go. Tell her you are sick don’t mention the test. Actually don’t mention it to her at all. Contact someone else. Her mother. If necessary tell her you have a fever and can’t travel.
- sunshine_melLv 71 month ago
If you're positive and go (without getting a test) it will also put a dampner on the celebrations... especially if anyone ends up dead.
So perhaps point that out.
- TealLv 71 month ago
Get tested. Your health is your own business and how she feels about it isn't your problem. She told you outright that her wedding should take priority over your health and the safety of others. This isn't how a friend behaves and you shouldn't waste any sympathy on her. She has none for you.
If you are worried about catching covid or spreading it to others, you shouldn't go at all. A presumably indoor event of 150 would require perfect compliance and cooperation to pull off safely, your friend clearly isn't going to make that effort. Her wedding will be ruined because of her own ignorance and lack of care for her friends and family, not because you chose to be cautious and protect yourself.
- 1 month ago
That's her problem, not yours. If you're unsure and want to be safe, go ahead and take the test. It's not like you're going to blow someone up. If anything, props to you for actually wanting to go get tested. Mind you, when you get tested they recommend that you stay at home for 2 weeks to see if any symptoms show up.