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Klaus Hurrelmann on the pandemic's long-term impact on youth

Professor of Public Health and Education tells the Guardian he is concerned about Generation Z's well-being.

Multiple lockdowns and the overall stress of the pandemic have weighed heavily on those coming of age in the COVID-19 era. For an article in the Guardian, which examined the pandemic’s long-term effects on young people, Professor of Public Health and Education Klaus Hurrelmann offered his expertise. 

Governments "forgetting" about the well-being of youth while safeguarding the health of older citizens was a political error, Hurrelmann told the newspaper.

The full article is available here.

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