Many governments around the world have imposed social and physical distance, as well as self-quarantining, due to the virus's primary mode of transmission being direct contact, i.e. droplets spread by an infected person coughing or sneezing. Quarantine is a good way to stop the virus from spreading around the world, but it has a lot of negative economic, social, and psychological consequences. As a result, individuals have faced a variety of challenges and concerns, including psychological pressures. Existing mental illness in adolescents may be exacerbated by the pandemic, and many schools have closed, denying them access to critical mental health services. More than one-fifth (16%) of adolescents aged 12 to 17 had anxiety and/or depression prior to the pandemic which is kinda alarming. What are your thoughts?