In a 6-minute daily update, U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) interviewed Robin Reese, the Executive Director of Lucas County Children Services. Reese shared that abuse and neglect calls were decreasing, but children are no longer seeing mandated reports like teachers. Social workers in her county were able to get PPE, but it’s difficult for them to social distance in their role. A large concern for Reese is finding children placements with foster families. Many prospective families are fearful that the children have been exposed to the virus and don’t want to foster a child during this time. Fortunately, kinship caregivers have stepped up to care for children, but they are still struggling. Many services that help kin, such as daycare, have stopped.