Jo Ellen Chism, 57, a retiree who lives in The Woodlands, Texas, about an hour outside Houston, was nervous about attending her stepson’s wedding on June 20.

“They were going to postpone it, but then the Catholic church decided they would open and would have up to 75 people,” she said. “75 people seemed like a pretty big gathering to me during this Covid time.”

She went to support her family. She was inside the church for an hourlong service that included a processional and communion. At the reception, at Haak Winery, she sat indoors at a round table with other guests, some of whom were from out of town. While everyone started the day in masks, they took them off for photos and never replaced them.... Read More: NY Times