Childminders ineligible for £500 payment when forced to close due to household Covid cases

Katy Morton
Friday, January 14, 2022

Childminders are facing a lack of financial support as many are ineligible for the £500 Track and Trace support payment when they are forced to close their setting due to household members testing positive for Covid.

Childminders who are forced to close their setting due to household members with Covid are not eligible for the NHS Track and Trace payment PHOTO Adobe Stock
Childminders who are forced to close their setting due to household members with Covid are not eligible for the NHS Track and Trace payment PHOTO Adobe Stock

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