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K.P., a teen in Seoul, South Korea

“By late January, teachers were checking everyone’s temperature at the front gates of schools. We also had to rescheduled lunch time to make the cafeteria less crowded. As the virus became more of a problem, my school kept getting cancelled until February 12th, the end of the school year.”

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T.P., a teen in Santiago, Chile

” Personally, I’m enjoying this time playing the guitar or watching TV series. These are very good times to know each other and share moments with the family.”

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D.M., a teen in Santiago, Chile

“I think that covid-19 is something very rare for us. Having online classes is very strange and so is not being able to see friends and family. On the other hand, I believe that we can also see the good things about this, as we can know ourselves better and live with family.”

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