If all Colorado daycare and preschools close, I would consider that a game changer.

Considering the needs of heath care workers, Colorado officials are urging childcare centers to remain open during coronavirus.

Many Denver childcare centers have closed, following suit of public schools. In a letter sent Sunday afternoon, officials  said they know that staying open "may be confusing".

However, childcare centers are typically much smaller than K-12 and college campuses. Officials also ask for help in identifying childcare availability for workers in emergency jobs, according to Denver Post.

My daughter's preschool sent out an email stating that they will remain open until ordered to close by the state. They have also changed security measures to prevent parents from using the same digital screen to unlock the door.

Upon pick-up, parents will be given a spritz of water and soap to lather hands on their way to the class room.

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