FWIW, I do not politicize COVID one way or another. I go on our first-hand experiences with it which anyone with similar experiences would totally understand. Long story short: I have a family member living at home who is just starting to recover from a ~ 6 month post-viral episode that left them bed-ridden for ~3 months. Band (weekend warriors) wants to resume rehearsing and try new singer. I suggest outdoors for 1 rehearsal with new singer who has been waiting as we took a break from rehearsing around Thanksgiving. One member offers large backyard area. Weather scheduled to be beautiful One member slowly builds BS excuses, voicing them to one member only as to why that is 'not optimal'. Basically, he doesn't want to move his gear but won't say it, but instead insists we only rehearse indoors at the rehearsal studio he wants. One member posts pics of himself out with friends and other activities where no one is masked up. I refuse to risk my family's health on an indoor rehearsal and leave the band so they do not have to wait on me. No rage quitting, just 'not gonna do indoors yet. If everyone else is OK with it, then best of luck to you.' As a result, the band is now in a 3rd rebuild in a year if they even continue on, delaying everyone from getting to play. All because one member would not suck it up for one, sub-optimal session to keep the band going. Or is it all because I emphasize patience and prioritize safety over rehearsing for gigs that will not exist for some time. I put a year of my life and countless hours of practice into this band. Overreaction or right move?