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New Brunswick Child and Youth Advocate asks province to keep kids in mind amid COVID-19 pandemic

New Brunswick’s Child and Youth Advocate Norman Bossé delivered his seventh State of the Child report Friday, with a focus on the COVID-19 pandemic.“COVID times are not good times for children,” Bossé said.

New Brunswick moves Saint John area to orange phase as 9 new COVID-19 cases reported Friday Titled Protecting Child Rights in Times of Pandemic, the report asks the provincial government to keep schools open as much as possible and as long as possible.Bossé said the shutdown in the spring left students without more than just class time, also socialization and services they might not get otherwise.Those services include things like counselling and meal plans.The report makes six recommendations to the province:“My own staff has been.

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