Children's motor skills remain poor post-epidemic
Ljubljana, 23 May - The fresh results of tests measuring the fitness of Slovenian primary school children show that their motor skills remain poor even after they switched back to in-person learning and PE classes. Experts urge decision makers to take immediate action as poor motor skills affect children's health and their ability to learn.
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