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For several weeks, quarantine dictates certain rules of life. People were “torn” from their day-to-day lives and placed in a closed environment. And if that’s extremely difficult for adults, it can be twice as difficult for children, because it’s harder for them to get used to the idea of restrictions than for an adult.
The current situation isn’t easy for children and their parents alike. Especially for the parents, as new items have been added to their regular list of anxieties and fears.