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Thousands of San Diego military children on day care waitlist as Navy scrambles to address need


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(Tribune News Service) — San Diego Navy officials are scrambling to alleviate the shortfall of child care providers for the more than 4,000 military children waiting for spots in its base day care centers, according to Navy Region Southwest officials.

Staffing shortages brought on by the pandemic have impacted a military child care system that was already strained before COVID-19 hit, according to Janet Hooten, the child and youth program manager at Navy Region Southwest in San Diego.

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