Families are facing the challenge of determining their comfort level with get-togethers such as picnics and other gatherings.

Resa Alb wants to host Father’s Day brunch. She and her husband, plus their two kids and the grandkids, would make 10 people – the exact number allowed to gather under phase three of the state’s reopening plan.

But her children aren’t sure. Her son rides public transportation to work, and her daughter’s child care provider is married to a nurse. They worry about inadvertently bringing the coronavirus into their parents’ home.

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