My husband's friend a guy visited Friday night stayed for 2 hours. He came to neighborhood, to visit another friend, seems this person got cabin fever. Visited us next for 2 hours. I opened the door, I thought they would meet outside and social distancing. As I opened the door the friend walked in , my DH told him to s come & sit. I was in real shock. DH wasn't getting the clue from I was telling him. After the friend left, My husband is scolding me for opening the door. Is it my mistake that he couldn't say "let's meet outside or don't come in because we are cautious of virus". He was the person who said come in & sit. Now I don't understand why he is angry saying if you hadn't open the door he won't come. I knew he is coming , how do I know if he is going to come inside. If it's my friend I can tell anything. My friends are not stupids to go around in middle of pandemic. I'm in terrible shock as well panicking. That guy was stupid enough to meet others. I feel I'm stupid enough not to tell don't come in. I think it's my husband who should have said that. But now dh is blaming me for opening the door wide. I'm annoyed with this. We both had a big verbal argument because of this. I clearly gave points 1) your friend 2) you should have told him let's meet outside 3) when he attempted to come in you should have told him not to come What should I do, how to make dh understand that it was his friend not mine. I opened the door was the only mistake he is hanging on.