Sep 01

The Tallinn City Government adopted a draft regulation with the aim to release families with two or more children attending kindergarten from the tuition fee. Under the same conditions, support will also be provided to parents of children attending private kindergartens or using childcare services."Families with children suffer most from the effects of coronavirus, especially if there are more children in the family. The 100% reduction in the kindergarten fee introduced as a temporary measure during the state of emergency last year was effective and made it possible to continue taking children to kindergarten even in families where parents were in financial difficulties. Therefore, we decided that in the future, families from Tallinn will be able to attend kindergarten free of charge from the second child of kindergarten age," said Deputy Mayor Vadim Belobrovtsev,

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