Generation Z: meet the youngsters getting creative vs COVID-19
07 June 2020 | 2:10 pm
For Generation Z, in their teens and early 20s, the COVID-19 pandemic has been a defining experience. While it has forced many to delay life plans, such as work, education and travel, youngsters around the world have come up with inventive ways to fight the virus and help their local communities.
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