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Amid child care crisis aggravated by COVID, money tops wish list for Maryland providers

March 26, 2021

Avareena Cropper, 44, has cared for her two children, ages 3 and 6, at her Baltimore County home while studying for her doctorate and working full time virtually since the coronavirus pandemic hit.“There are times where I do feel stressed and anxious because I may have a child yelling in the background, or I feel that I have to apologize for the noise because I have two little children. I still have to [do my work] even feeling that level of anxiety,” said Cropper, who is a public health adviser.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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