Personally I'd be politely suggesting quarantine until she's given the all clear, and would refuse to have her until then. I would never ever put other people's health at risk like that, even if it was the seperated bio father. Why risk exposing more people to such a dangerous virus?!
I don't know this is a hard one, I was exposed to a major WC outbreak at my work however due to the place I worked at it wasn't picked up for awhile. If I had it I would have exposed my children and partner to it. However the thought was enough to let people like the school and bio mum of step daughter about it. We gave bio mum option to see daughter or not (we have her full time) until we knew if we had it or not.
Being pregnant is a higher risk to the disease and a bigger concern if you get it. I think you need to put your concerns to husband about it and he needs to talk to the mother about it, or can hubby take daughter to doctor as soon as picked up?
Too many ifs / maybes for me. I'd regretfully cancel. Perhaps call a medical health professional to ask their opinion, I am pretty sure they will caution against the visit.
Pregnant for the first-time?
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