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The preemptive measures taken to curtail the spread of COVID-19 have impacted people across age groups, with some of the most unspoken sufferers being adolescents. This article reflects on how adolescent issues, addressed by the government's dynamism, have suffered collateral damage due to the pandemic related initiatives. The regular benefits available to adolescents from the government have received reduced focus eversince the pandemic broke out. Some such services include distribution of IFA tablets, sanitary napkins, provision of supplementary nutrition, health education, and implementation of regular immunization activities. This paper makes recommendations on how to ensure that the government's regular programs continue despite the pandemic. It can be useful for program implementers. Click here to read the article.