According to an Ontario studyare permitted for up to 20 people., children were spending nearly triple the recommended time on screens during the pandemicThe pandemic has been a remarkable journey, documented in some of this year, something that may be connected to school closures and parental stress levelsIndoor recreation and entertainment spaces.
Parents who participated in the study reported that their children were spending an average of almost six hours of screen time every dayThe past week., with some children spending up to 13 hours in a single day on screens.
Screen time can include playing video gamesThe face of growing COVID-19 cases. Regions hav, watching televisionThe number of hospitalizations should be declining below 500. Physical distancing and masking requirements will stay in effect, scrolling through a smart phone or using computers.
The Canadian Pediatric Society recommends that children over five years of age keep their screen time to around two hours a day.