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woman sitting in the middle of her home daycare space Home daycare provider Jerletha McDonald has space for 12 kids, but parents can’t afford care or are afraid kids will get sick. (Photo: Laura Buckman/Bloomberg)

(Bloomberg) –When the pandemic broke out, significant help arrived quickly for working parents in many rich countries, with one notable exception: the United States.

Now, nearly a year later, President Joe Biden aims to address what has become one of the most daunting obstacles to a full economic recovery, with policy proposals such as more money for child care and families.

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