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Covid-19: relevant information from the House of Commons Library

Discussion in 'News' started by HouseOfCommons, Apr 3, 2020.

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    HouseOfCommons New commenter

    The House of Commons Library and Parliamentary Office for Science and Technology (POST) have published some materials which might be useful during this period:
    Covers key questions the impact of Covid-19 on childcare providers and parents (England only).
    How can social interventions like school closures and the ban of mass gatherings help fight Covid-19? How effective are these measures and how long should they be in place for?

    See our coronavirus page for further briefings on topics like welfare, housing, policing and more. The page will be regularly updated but as this is a fast-moving issue, each piece should be read as accurate at the time of publication.

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    About: The House of Commons Library is a research and information service based in the UK Parliament. They publish politically impartial and rigorously fact-checked research to help MPs and their staff scrutinise legislation, develop policy, and support constituents. More info: About the House of Commons Library.

    POST produces impartial, non-partisan, and peer-reviewed briefings, designed to make scientific research accessible to the UK Parliament. They cover the areas of biology and health, energy and environment, physical sciences and computing, and social sciences. More info: About POST.
     

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