The MD of Grovelands childcare says they've put all recommended measures in place.
A midlands creche owner says very little will change for kids when they reopen on Monday.
Regina Bushell, MD of Grovelands Childcare and chairperson of Seas Suas representative group, says they've put in place a number of health and safety measures, as per government and Tusla rules.
The children are being organised into smaller pods, within which social distancing won't be required.
Regina says there's lots of capacity at the roughly 1,400 creches that will be open over July and August.
She says they're more concerned about sustainability and how they'll manage in September: