AITA for not wanting my brother to visit during a pandemic?
I live in Hawaii, brother is in Vegas. He's been wanting to come down here to stay a little over a week because his friend's having a wedding and it's been on the book for months. Every month it comes closer it just keeps looking like a bad idea and I keep asking my mom if he's still coming. As of today our legislators have been pleading with the Governor to cut out non-essential travel to the State and to quarantine all travelers for 2 weeks. Last I checked, brother is still on the way be it wind, rain, or virus.
Brother is a MGTOW, thinks marriage is for fools and frequently told more than one friend on occasion that they were making a mistake (though he keeps attending them). He hasn't been working anything above retail, now they say Vegas is pretty much shutting down for a month, so my mom is asking me what I expect him to do. I'd say, look for a paying job. We have supplies enough for 2 people, now we're introducing a 3rd who has a penchant for eating out regularly (and all the local restaurants are closed) and in enormous amounts.
They pretty much instituted WFH at my job aside from "essential personnel" of which I am apparently one being in IT. I'm told by my employer if we WFH we might not necessarily be paid for all of it (only when we're online, and VPN is shaky at best). I make the most out of the 3 of us, my income and hours has been least affected thus far, so I'm the only one making any steady income. If I get brought into a quarantine either because he brought the bug with him between the flight and the wedding, or out of "an abundance of caution", my income is at risk. Our mother is within an at-risk age range for the virus as well.
Then there's the question of what he plans to do if they end up grounding all flights before he's due to leave and he's stuck here.
Am I the a-hole here?
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