Child care centers facing challenges amid COVID-19
More than 60 percent of licensed child care providers have already shut down since the pandemic, according to a survey by the Bipartisan Policy Center. Owners of day care centers talked about the challenges they are facing.
Many child care centers across the country are resuming business as states enter new phases of reopening their economies, but some parents are still weighing the risks of sending their kids. Sandy Weathersbee, owner of Providence Preparatory School in Charlotte, North Carolina, joined CBSN to discuss how they're managing. Day care centers face collapse amid the pandemic, leaving working parents in limbo. May is mental health awareness month. One America's Adonis Albright spoke with Donald Rogers, a community outreach director, licensed alcohol drug counselor and certified peer recovery specialist, to learn more about its significance amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Warning: This story contains offensive language.
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