Covid-19 Update

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March 26, 2020

March 26, 2020 – Attention Hand in Hand Families:  We recognize that the evolving COVID-19 pandemic impacts all of our families and employees.  At this time we have been given the direction to operate our child care services only for families that are deemed essential service workers.  Our managers have been making continued efforts to contact our families who are employed in an essential service.  If you have not had contact from your centre manager and are considered to be an essential service employee please do not hesitate to contact our admin office to arrange care; please email office@handinhand.ca or call 604-859-1843 between hours of 9am – 1pm.  Beginning Monday March 30th Hand in Hand will be running limited services, children cannot attend a program prior to confirmation of attendance with the administration office.

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