Coronavirus: Nurseries in Wales face uncertain future


Six in ten nurseries in Wales are expected to run at a loss over the next three months, findings from a snapshot survey by National Day Nurseries Association (NDNA) Cymru reveal.

Six in 10 nurseries in Wales are operating at a loss, a month after being allowed to open to more children following the easing of the lockdown
Six in 10 nurseries in Wales are operating at a loss, a month after being allowed to open to more children following the easing of the lockdown

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