Dr Koeda Tatsuya, the deputy head of the National Center for Child Health and Development. A group of Japanese researchers say a survey of 31 medical institutions across Japan that specialize in mental health care for children suggests the number of children feeling suicidal in the country may have increased after the COVID-19 pandemic began.© NHK
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Restrictions imposed to curb infections may have negatively affected the ability of children to communicate.
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