Mental health experts worried about children staying at home
Ljubljana, 21 May - More than 40 psychotherapists and other mental health experts have issued an appeal to Slovenia's decision-makers about the well-being of primary and secondary children who continue remote schooling despite Covid-19 lockdown measures being relaxed.
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