Pandemic left many children without parents. Can nations boost support?

Posted on AllSides June 23rd, 2021
From The Center
coronavirus, coronavirus deaths, state support

COVID-19 will leave its mark for years to come, especially for children who lose a parent. Will the crisis prompt reforms in children’s welfare that family advocates say are long overdue?

Charlee Roos loved the “buddyship days” she shared with her father when she was a kid. He would take her out for Mickey Mouse pancakes, attend all her soccer games, and go to her dance recitals, “even though he didn’t really get dance competitions.”

He was her best friend, Ms. Roos says. 

Two days before Christmas, Kyle Roos died...

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