How important is childcare in the restart of business in our society? Most families these days require two incomes meaning that both parents have to work to keep finances afloat for their families. This means the childcare is in necessity and not only does it have to be accessible has to be affordable. So we have one more problem along with affordability accessibility we now have to make sure that it is ultimately safe and free of viruses. Which brings us to her first question: How susceptible our children to Covid-19?
Most studies are saying that children under the age of 19Are not that susceptible to the disease for baby suffer mild symptoms. The same studies are saying that transmission of disease via our children has a low probability. Can we trust the results how far have medical technology going to ensure that our children will not get sick if they’re sent to daycare? This is a tough decision for parents and if this time a necessary one because most parents have to go back to work to pay bills put food on table and roof overheads. In a virtual town hall meeting held by Katrina Chen, Minister of State for Child Care, Dr. Trevor Corneil, Medical Lead, Office of the Provincial Health Officer, and Jinny Sims, MLAThese questions are going to be answered. Listen to our broadcast copy of this town hall meeting as local questions are answered by the experts and government officials involved childhood education and daycare
Listen to “Covid-19 and Child Care Virtual Townhall” on Spreaker.