We might assume that, as a generation raised in an era of smartphones and data bundles, children haven't been entirely put off by the idea of a lockdown. If we're talking broad sweeping statements or generalised thought, then sure.
But stereotypes are usually just that.
On the surface, we might assume that the children are alright when they are stuck inside and left alone with internet-connected devices. But the consequences could be serious and not be immediately obvious, according to local expert, biokineticist Anca Wessels.