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'Students feel vulnerable': how Covid-19 has put a strain on mental health

WorldNews Wednesday, 18 November 2020 ()
'Students feel vulnerable': how Covid-19 has put a strain on mental healthStudents need more support from their universities than ever before as they grapple with online learning and self-isolation From self-isolation with flatmates they barely know and halls of residences emptying out over lockdown to struggles to get the wifi to work for Zoom lectures, the start to the...
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