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V.S., a teen in Singapore

“I got the shock of my life when I found out that the senior pastor got infected with the coronavirus. Before I knew it, our church had become the largest cluster in the whole of Singapore. Having visited the church twice that week, I myself was worried that I could have been infected by the novel coronavirus.”

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E.D., a teen in Santiago, Chile

“This situation affects me in a bad way and also in a good way because I think that all people are learning much more to value what they have and they are taking more seriously the situation, but also suddenly it affects me badly: I am not so nice with my family because I start to collapse with the feeling of confinement.”

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