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In the new normal, where the coronavirus and its mutants have affected the entire world, kids are among the most vulnerable. The debate on whether children should be given multivitamins or not is moot now. The times have changed and so have the rules. Multivitamins that boost immunity and help with overall growth and development are no more a choice but a necessity.
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