The coronavirus pandemic  is taking a worrying toll on Israel's youth. The Israel National Council for the Child has reported a 40 percent rise in the number of youth treated by educational psychologists for suicide risk since the start of the school year, compared to the same period in 2019. Alongside the feelings of isolation, anxiety and learning hardships driven by school disruption, many youth are also without the computer access to participate in remote learning. Vered Windman, Executive Director of the National Council for the Child, told KAN reporter Naomi Segal that the findings of organization's annual statistic yearbook are just the tip of the iceberg.