COVID-19 vaccination and pregnancy


COVID-19 is dangerous for all people. Although the particular risk of severe health problem and death among pregnant people is extremely low, it's higher compared to non-pregnant people from an equivalent age bracket. Pregnant ar at higher risk for being hospitalized in associate degree medical care unit and requiring a high level of care, including breathing support on a machine, and are at higher risk .There is a possibility that virus can transmit from mother to baby but it is very rare



 During this era of COVID-19, older people and those with underlying health conditions have been considered most at risk of developing severe illness and death. However, there square measure alternative exposed populations, together with pregnant girls, UN agency may additionally be at risk of accrued medical and social risks, as we've seen with previous wellness outbreaks including Zika virus, Lassa fever, Ebola, and other coronaviruses like SARS and MERS. So, as the race to develop COVID-19 vaccines continues, and with approximately 200 million pregnant women in the world, it is imperative that pregnant women are not left behind.


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