Despite the fact that Fisher-Price issued a recall on April 12 of all 4.7 million Rock ‘n Play sleepers, there have been anecdotal reports that some of the sleepers are still in child care centers. The recall followed a safety warning from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Fisher-Price that said that 10 babies had died using the product. Just days after that warning, Consumer Reports connected the product to more than 30 infant deaths since 2009.It is vitally important that all child care providers get rid of their Rock ‘n Play sleepers immediately. There is information on the Mattel/Fisher-Price website about the recall process. Please act now to ensure the safety of the children in your care.