Day care is also massively affected by the lockdown, the children have to stay at home.
So that no financial emergencies arise and the families are relieved, the district steps in.
Erding - The corona-related closure of all schools and day care centers in the Erding district is also affecting day care.
Specially trained women take children into their homes while the parents work - an important addition to the daycare facilities.
So that neither the families nor the child minders suffer from the lockdown, the district jumps into the breach financially.
District Administrator Martin Bayerstorfer refers to the emergency care, but makes it clear: "As in the spring, we refrain from demanding the cost contribution from parents in this lockdown if they do not use emergency care." The CSU politician hopes "in particular for the children concerned that we no longer need these exemptions for too long, but that it will soon be possible to return to regular childcare ".
Without children, the 20 or so child minders in the district are also at risk of severe financial losses.
And the district also catches them.
"Even the remuneration for child day care will continue to be paid in the same amount despite the closure of the day care centers," emphasizes Bayerstorfer.
You proceed in the same way if a quarantine has to be imposed.
And this regulation will survive the corona pandemic: Because the youth welfare committee decided in November of last year to change the funding guidelines "in order to be able to do this again in a legally secure manner in the interests of day care workers in the event of future closures under infection protection law," says district office spokeswoman Daniela Fritzen .