A year after schools closed, many kids are in a mental health crisis

One year after the start of the pandemic, experts say that students are suffering from more intense symptoms of anxiety, depression and other mental illness than pre-coronavirus. With routines are still upended, milestones missed and some not having stepped foot inside a classroom for 12 months, how are students coping? Correspondent Joanna Gagis reports.

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