Worse case you’ll just need a replacement oil pan. It’s truly a pain, and an unnecessary expense, but not the end of the world.
One suggestion going forward, stop by a dealership and buy a bunch of the washers which go between the drain plug and the pan surface. In an ideal world a new one would be installed on each oil change, but the folks who do oil changes rarely do this. They’ll often just install the used one and when it leaks their solution is to tighten the plug tighter.
So secure a bag of those washers from the dealership and keep it in the car. Next time for an oil change, give them a new washer. If you feel lucky you could ask that they hand tighten the drain plug using a torque wrench, and hand the person helping you a piece of paper with the manufacturer’s torque value.
Edit… maybe that piece of paper should also contain the phrase “Federal Reserve Note” . … lol
Me, being cheap … lol … I make my own oil pan washers from rubber gasket material. I prefer the rubber type b/c I’ve never had an case where it leaks after the proper torque is applied. The metal washer sometimes will still leak, especially if there’s small scratches on the oil pan surface. One time I made a oil pan washer for my truck from the sole of an old pair of flip flops. I fashioned it with a box cutter knife. It never leaked a drop.