Dallas ISD plans to provide childcare service for essential employees fighting during COVID-19 pandemic

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Some Dallas ISD schools will offer child care services to essential employees fight with the coronavirus pandemic. It is just an example of how the government is trying to help people who are trying to get people out of the coronavirus spread.
Keeping essential workers in mind, the Dallas ISD plans to transform some of its schools into child care facilities. This service would be open for essential workers like first responders and healthcare workers.
The participating schools will be near large medical centers.
The district has not decided who will provide cleaning services before and after hours of operation and decision on the nursing staff has been made by the officers yet.

The district is planning to offer protective supplies to protect everyone and keep them healthy and safe.
The child care staff will have to go through extensive background checks and have the proper licensing.
Meals and two snacks will be provided.
More information on the subject matter will be released by the Dallas ISD at a news conference Monday morning.

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