Concerns over ‘huge decline’ in young people’s mental health during lockdown

Fiona Simpson
Wednesday, August 19, 2020

The Covid-19 pandemic has sparked a decline in young people’s mental health almost three times the national average, charities have warned.

Leigh Middleton: We risk losing sight of the immediate needs of young people. Picture: NYA
Leigh Middleton: We risk losing sight of the immediate needs of young people. Picture: NYA

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