Early years providers need funding to cope with second coronavirus lockdown, sector leaders say

Fiona Simpson
Monday, November 2, 2020

The government must properly fund early years settings to stay open during a planned second Covid-19 lockdown amid fears over a “fall in demand for childcare provision”, sector leaders have said.

Nurseries will stay open during the second lockdown. Picture: Adobe Stock
Nurseries will stay open during the second lockdown. Picture: Adobe Stock

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