The psychological consequences of COVID-19 on children’s world
Iranian Journal of Child Neurology,
Vol. 15 No. 2 (2021),
8 March 2021
The world’s countries are presently shaken by a novel member of the coronavirus family. Apparently, a very tiny creature has been commissioned to carry out a large mission. This issue causes us to experience a universal life-threatening condition that is changing the life framework for humans. It appears that humans are showing a more real picture of themselves in the current turmoil.
- psychological consequences
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