Single parents must not be forgotten warn mothers from Bristol and Gloucestershire
Single parents say they feel they have been forgotten during the coronavirus outbreak.
They say it's a constant juggle homeschooling children while trying to earn money as well.
One mum - Nehaya Zitawitold - told ITV News she struggles trying to entertain daughter Tia, while also ensuring she is getting adult interaction herself.
After years of working full-time, Nehaya was setting up her own holistic counselling service so she could spend more time with her daughter at her home in Bristol.
But now she is left with no income or time to work on the business.
Nehaya received Universal Credit and has been given a mortgage holiday, but support for her new business has been cancelled.
She added that having Tia at home with her means she cannot get another job to support them both.
Julia Hawkins runs a Single Mums Business Network, she says she is seeing others who are affected, many who have set up their business in the past year.
Julia added that it is not just working she struggles with, going to the supermarket is also a problem.
Both mothers say they will take one day at a time. Nehaya Zitawi says she will use her skills she had hoped to use on her business, helping her daughter in these difficult times.