Try and persuade these relatives to change their minds, writes advice columnist Eleanor Gordon-Smith, if that does not work you’ll have to choose who to exclude
We are excited about hosting a family Christmas gathering and looking forward to sharing and meeting with family and friends. We have a dilemma. Two younger immediate family members are not, and refuse to be, Covid vaccinated.
Others protest and want us to un-invite them (unless they get vaccinated soon). We have interstate visitors and the concern is that the unvaccinated may be infected by Covid. What do we do? We love these two. We dearly want to see them on Xmas day.