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Calling children 'vectors' during COVID-19 is turning into discrimination

By Rebecca Adami, Associate Professor in Education, Stockholm University
Katy Dineen, Assistant Lecturer in Moral Responsibility and Political Theory, University College Cork
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During the COVID-19 pandemic children have been the target of dehumanising language and of policy which prioritises the needs of adults over theirs.

While we still do not know the long-term effects of COVID-19 on children, research from early in the pandemic suggested that children were much less likelyThe Conversation

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