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Maine child care sector operating at a financial loss: Projected to need over $18 million per month just to survive continued impact of COVID-19 crisis

This is a report on the results of a survey of changes to Maine child care centers and home-based child care providers in the first few months of the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic. Over 600 of the state's 1,675 licensed programs responded to an online questionnaire in June of 2020. Data were collected and analyzed on revenue, costs, use of emergency relief, staffing, and projected financial needs of providers.
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United States

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