This article from the Guardian explores some of the ways in which children in care and other vulnerable children in the UK are at greater risk in light of the COVID-19 crisis. "Care-leavers across the country are already repeatedly failed by the state. This pandemic will only make their situation more precarious, campaigners warn. It’s not just those who have left care. What will happen to the more than 78,000 “looked-after” children if already-scarce foster carers become ill and cannot cope with the needs of the traumatised or disabled children they’ve taken into their homes?" asks the article. "Or if residential care home staff at children’s homes are not able to work in the numbers required for those settings to operate safely?"