Teens are especially hard hit by the psychological toll the COVID crisis has taken. Instead of going to class and hanging out with friends, teenagers have been banished to a life of screens, solitude and uncertainty. School closures and social distancing have cut them off from their support networks. The risk of developing anxiety and depression is higher. Psychologists say the needs of teens are often overseen, when it comes to COVID restrictions.
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