This updated policy paper identifies Early Childhood Development (ECD) attendance trends up to the last quarter of 2020 using wave 3 of the National Income Dynamics Study- Coronavirus Rapid Mobile Survey (NIDS-CRAM). Compared with the start of the third quarter of 2020, a partial recovery in ECD attendance is identified in the last quarter of 2020. Among NIDS-CRAM adult respondents interviewed in November/December 2020 and living with children aged 0-6, 28% reported at least one child attending an ECD programme in the past 7 days. This is up from just 7% in July/August. However, of wave 3 respondents (living with children aged 0-6) 39% reported at least one child attending an ECD programme in February 2020. Despite the notable recovery from quarter three to quarter four of 2020, ECD attendance had not recovered to pre-lockdown levels and remained lower compared to prior years. Continued support for the sector remains imperative.