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Lives that had been focused on school, university, sports or even going to K-pop concerts vanished overnight for members of Gen Z as the global pandemic struck.

While a lot was heard about older people at risk from Covid-19, this younger generation — born between the late 1990s and the early 2010s — also saw their worlds turned upside down in 2020...

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