Low-income families ‘at breaking point’ under Covid-19 restrictions

Fiona Simpson
Friday, February 19, 2021

Disadvantaged families are at “breaking point” due to the impact of Covid-19 on family finances and parental mental health, frontline workers have warned.

Families’ finances have deteriorated since the first lockdown, charity workers have said. Picture: Adobe Stock
Families’ finances have deteriorated since the first lockdown, charity workers have said. Picture: Adobe Stock

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