How to help your child cope with Covid-19 stress

More children and youth have been approaching social service agencies, reporting loneliness, feeling trapped and stress. PHOTO: GIN TAY
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SINGAPORE - Children have felt the impact of Covid-19 keenly in their lives, as the pandemic has disrupted their daily routines, including their schooling and socialising.

Social service agencies have observed that more children and youth have been approaching them in the past two years for a range of reasons, from feeling lonely and trapped to being stressed.

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