Children born in Covid pandemic lack communication skills: Study
Compared to the 2011 group's 95%, about 88% of the 2020 group could wave good-bye.
Children born in 2020 lack the necessary communication skills. And, COVID-19 pandemic is to be blamed for it, says a new study from Harvard Medical School. The study, which looked at more than 21,000 infants, discovered that the Covid-19 epidemic has affected the babies' ability to communicate.