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Children and memories erased by Covid: “But were there really hugs before?”

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“Mom, when did we start wearing masks?”. Chiara lives in Rome, she is 7 (and a half, she specifies), and she displaces her parents when, suddenly, she reveals: “I begin to forget what life was like when there was no virus”. Chiara actually remembers a lot of how life was before the pandemic, even if some details get confused.

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