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2021 KIDS COUNT Fact Book Release: Delaware's Kids and COVID-19
Starting in March 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has been making an impact on our lives. Since it’s arrival in Delaware, we have each learned a lot about prevention, made personal sacrifices, and adopted new behaviors in order to limit exposure and reduce community spread. Many of our societal structures are operating in a modified way: virtual and hybrid schooling, telemedicine, limited number of patrons in businesses, and non-essential personnel working from home are some of the changes to which we are now accustomed.

The pandemic has illuminated flaws in the patchwork of infrastructure supports for Delaware’s kids and their families. COVID-19 did not create these systemic issues. But the pandemic has further stressed our child-serving system and highlighted the disparate outcomes dependent on social determinants of health.

COVID-19 has also caused us to collectively grapple with many hard questions: How is this history making pandemic affecting our children’s well-being? What will the lasting impacts be – physical, mental, social, and economic – of this virus?

Join KIDS COUNT in Delaware as we review the newest data and explore questions of child and family well-being in the state.

May 5, 2021 10:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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