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Amid coronavirus, teenagers struggle with anxiety and distance learning, survey reveals

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Teenagers have seen their school and home lives upended amid the coronavirus pandemic and are struggling with anxiety and social distancing protocols, a new survey revealed.According to the survey, conducted by Common Sense Media and SurveyMonkey, eight out of 10 teenagers are following news about COVID-19 closely and more than 60 percent are worried that they or a family member will be exposed to the virus and that it will impact their family’s ability to earn a living.A majority of teenagers, 54 percent, say they are “very much” practicing social distancing.

However, much larger majorities of teens say they’ve stopped attending public events or places such as restaurants, movies or concerts (81 percent) and stopped meeting with close

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