Last updated on 10th Jun 2020
Government announces end to free child care on July 12
The Mininster for Education, Dan Tehan, has announced that the temporary free child care arrangements will cease on July 12. JobKeeper payments will also cease for providers of Child Care Subsidy authorised services from July 20.
Those families whose employment has been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic will be granted an activity test exemption until October 4. Such families will be eligible for 100 hours of subsidised care per fortnight.
Child care providers will also be entitled to a subsidy of 25 per cent of their pre-pandemic revenue provided they meet certain criteria.
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