Nurseries will close without more support during coronavirus

The Guardian reports Early Years Alliance says government’s protective measures do not go far enough

Thousands of nurseries are set to close unless the government provides more financial support to sustain them during the coronavirus pandemic.


The warning from the early years and childcare sector came after parliament passed the coronavirus bill, which will provide powers to instruct childcare providers to close or stay open.

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