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Børns immunsystem har sværere ved at opbygges når de på grund af corona-restriktioner ikke eksponeres for bakterier. Børn har brug for at komme ud og lege i en park, klappe en hund osv. for at barnets immunsystem kan trænes til at møde bakterier. 

 
The people whose immune system is most affected by Covid-19 insulation are kids. Being exposed to relatively small amounts of bacteria helps to build the immune system. Due to an extensive time period without meeting other people, kids might've not developed such a strong immune system, but if they were able to go to parks or just have a pet, severe threats should not be imposed.
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/may/16/how-will-isolation-affect-long-term-immunity
 
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