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Igor Asanov; Francisco Flores; David McKenzie (et al.)
Xiao-Bo Zhang; Yong-Hao Gui; Xiu Xu (et al.)
Sharon C. Smile
Marta Martínez Muñoz; Iván Rodríguez Pascual; Gabriela Velásquez Crespo
Home quarantine may lead to families developing a variety of psychological distress. The purpose of this research is to examine
the psychological status and well-being of children and their parents during 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Spain. It aims to offer testimonies and reflections of the confinement period
along with its living conditions, emotional mapping and an analysis of
the effects that confinement is generating on boys and girls.
The UN Secretary-General has launched a policy brief on the impact of COVID-19 on children. The brief lays out the ways in which the virus will impact children. Whilst they appear largely to be spared the worst symptoms of the disease, they may well be among the biggest victims of the crisis in the long run because their education, nutrition, safety and health will be significantly undermined by the socioeconomic impact and by unintended consequences of the pandemic response. The harmful effects of this pandemic will not be distributed equally. They are expected to be most damaging for children in the poorest countries, and in the poorest neighbourhoods, and for those in already disadvantaged or vulnerable situations. This policy brief provides a deeper analysis of these effects. It identifies also a series of immediate and sustained actions for the attention of governments and policymakers.
Louise Dalton; Elizabeth Rapa; Alan Stein
UNICEF Innocenti's Children and COVID-19 Library is a database collecting research from around the world on COVID-19 and its impacts on children and adolescents.
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