Coronavirus: Nearly half of childminders could stay closed for up to a year


Fewer than half of childminders that have closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic plan to re-open within the next year, findings from a survey of childminders and childcare providers suggests.

Of those that have closed their setting, 46 per cent said they plan to reopen within three months to a year
Of those that have closed their setting, 46 per cent said they plan to reopen within three months to a year

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