TALLINN – Pirjo Turk, adviser at the work and pension policy department of the Estonian Ministry of Social Affairs, said on the basis of a survey carried out in April that the work of 60 percent of parents has been affected by distance learning or the recommendation to keep children at home from kindergarten.
"The current emergency situation has placed a particularly heavy burden on working parents by organizing work and study at home. Therefore, we decided to look more closely at the age of children the parents of whom have been most affected by the changes in...
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