So, my wedding is this coming Saturday and, unfortunately, a little over a week ago, four of my FH's family members were diagnosed with COVID. We were only in contact with two of them so we got tested and so did my parents since they were there, too. We're all negative and my FH's family members who had it are cleared by the health department to come out of quarantine after tomorrow (so the 9th and beyond). Today my aunt texts me and tells me that she isn't coming to the wedding now because she's worried. I replied back saying that I understand and hopefully we'll all get together next year (she already drove here [Ohio] from Virginia and has been staying with my grandparents - mind you, she left her kids with my grandparents for a week so her and her husband could go on vacation together and now they're spending the current week there with my grandparents and their kids). But then she texted me again asking me if I told all of our guests that some of my FH's family members had it. We've told a few people, including those who are at higher risk, but we didn't make a public announcement. I feel like it's not anyone's business and we were tested and are fine. I also feel like you're knowingly taking a risk when you attend any event or go out in public? Right? Our venue is going to do all that they can do to make sure that people stay safe but I just don't have the time or energy to call everyone and it's too late to send out letters? I thought about posting a risk statement on our website and on the boards where people find their seats. What do you guys think?