Hi everyone, This is a part rant and part looking for suggestions. Those of you who live abroad and have in laws visiting frequently, how are you managing insurance issues regarding COVID? It seems my MIL will be visiting us in December and most likely my FIL would not accompany her. So, my H is going to India in December and I overheard him and his siblings discussing about their parents visiting here. As far as I know, my H has only booked his tickets. The last time he went to India he brought MIL with him on a one way ticket. My MIL is in mid 50s, fairly healthy, recently diagnosed with high BP - like 2 months back or so and no other medical problems other than constant undiagnosed complaints. Realistically speaking I feel the odds are in her favor if she gets COVID but there is always a risk of mortality and then some people are having long term issues with COVID. personally I feel prevention is better than cure. My H and his family thinks otherwise. They feel that it will catch up to them eventually so why worry about precautions. I hope you guys understand what ever I say or do to convince my husband to cancel his visit or not to bring his mother will not work. They wont quarantine themselves. H already confirmed that he has no intention of quarantining himself after he comes back. I have a new baby and that gives my MIL a reason to visit us. The only thing I can hope for is a good health insurance that would cover hospitalizations,, Is anyone in the same boat? What did you guys end up doing? Any suggestions?