Socializing with non-vaccinators

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We've got friends who don't believe in vaccination. However, my six-year old daughter enjoys playing with their son and they are decent people whose friendship we value. With Covid-19, I am now doubly worried about our first playdate with them coming up this week, after several months of avoiding everyone. But I'm also worried, going down the road - where all of us will be eventually vaccinated against Covid-19 and they will remain obstinate about it. So my worries are twofold: obviously the health risks are paramount but also how to handle future interactions with these people is weighing on me. I want to shake these folks and say loudly, "Respect the damned science!" but I know I never will. Any advice appreciated.

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