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National Council for the Child study

Repeated Quarantine Increases Violence Among Children

The 'Children in Israel' report of the National Council for the Child published Tuesday, January 25, indicates a significant increase in physical violence against family members and friends by children who were forced into quarantine.

Parental reports indicated that among children who went into quarantine and especially when they went in more than once, tantrums or outbursts of anger were recorded that led to violence. According to the report, 31% of the children who went into isolation more than once experienced physical violence, compared with about 17% of those who went into isolation once or less.

59% of children who went into isolation more than once experienced tantrums, compared with 43% among those who were in isolation once and 36% of those who did not go into isolation at all.

The data also show that during the third closure, along with the closure of the education system, there was a 43% increase in the number of treatments by psychologists for students who were at risk for suicide. (INN / VFI News)

Fathers, do not provoke your children to anger, but bring them up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord. - Ephesians 6:4

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