Law Will Send Kids to Foster Care if Parents Get COVID-19

  A copy of a letter that Minnesota sent to its state foster care providers indicates that if Minnesota parents are hospitalized for COVID-19 and they don’t have readily available alternate places for their children to live, the state will send the children to foster care. If the foster care provider comes down with COVID, then the foster provider must make alternate arrangements with other providers for the children in their care. The letter, provided as a screenshot on...

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