Is it true that because of COVID-19 you can only have a certain amount of people at a wedding ?
I live in Kennewick, Washington. And because I have a friend who a while ago wanted my address cause she was sending out invitations. When she finally sent out the invitations I never got one so I asked her about it cause I didn't know why I didn't get one. She said well do to COVID-19 she can only have a certain amount of people so she had to cut out alot of people
- Anonymous4 weeks agoFavourite answer
Yes, its true.....They have to follow the law
- FoofaLv 74 weeks ago
Not sure about Washington State but that's the rule in most places.
- choko_canyonLv 74 weeks ago
1. It's "due to" COVID-19, not 'do to'.
2. The laws concerning the size of social gatherings vary from state to state. You can google the laws in your state if you know how to do a basic search on the internet.
3. If you think your friend cut you out of the wedding even though she didn't have to, are you sure she's your friend?
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
Tony, you asked this 2 days ago and everyone that answered told you that it’s true. Nothing has changed. It still depends on the state. In Washington, there’s a limit of 30 people or 25% of maximum capacity, whichever is less.
Notice how both used do instead of due.
Your friend isn’t trying to blow you off.
Are there a lot of autistic people in Washington.