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Methodology for 'The cost of child care during the coronavirus pandemic'

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The interactive tool is intended to demonstrate the increased costs faced by providers who have remained open during the coronavirus pandemic. The calculator allows users to modify several data points but also includes default data to simplify the process of estimating the cost. This methodology details the default data assumptions, provides references for these data, and offers further guidance on the quality options that users can select in the calculator. (author abstract)
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