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Covid-19 impact on Mental Health and child Education system

Covid-19 impact on Mental Health and child Education system

Postby William Mike » October 16th, 2021, 5:54 am

The Covid-19 has a negative impact on young people's mental health. We are concerned that as most young people are not at school at present, many young people will not be able to access learning resources and materials, which will have a negative impact on academic performance and well being. This impact, particularly on already disadvantaged groups, can exacerbate existing inequalities and lead to an increase in the number of young people seeking mental health support best law essay writers . The Covid-19 crisis can have long-term effects on young people's mental health and the services that support them, including schools and children's services. The government must consider this in its emergency response and policies to recover from the crisis.
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