DH and I have both had COVID over the past 2 weeks. DH is out of isolation and I still have a little over a week left. Our local health department just advised us that our kids will have to further quarantine for 14 days past the date I come out of isolation, which is 12/31. This is despite the fact that we have been very careful to isolate away from them In separate rooms and bathrooms and make masks mandatory in common spaces for everyone, wearing gloves when we prepare food, ordering delivery as we are able, etc. In hopes that they wouldn’t have to quarantine as long. That means that the earliest they can be released is 1/14. We are due to have a meet on the weekend of 1/15. My DD’s have not been to practice since 12/10, meaning out of the gym for a full month plus and then a meet. All kids have been asymptomatic to this point and I feel like if they were to develop symptoms, it probably would have already happened. Should I pull them from the meet? I’m concerned that they will only have 1 or 2 practices between their release and the meet and I don’t want them to get injured trying to do skills that they may not have practiced in over a month (for example, giants on bars for DD1). They are adamant that they want to go and we have already paid the fees. This meet is only 1 of 3 meets for 2021 on our roster so I want them to have the experience, but not injuries or the days of self pity that happen after bad meets when scores are low because skills aren’t made. There is a part of me that is saying don’t even worry about it. I don’t foresee this meet happening in the first few weeks after the holidays when cases will probably spike again and events will be cancelled. But, I cannot rely on that being our plan A.