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Australian government experts mull over COVID vaccine in pregnancy – Sydney Morning Herald

Some health workers who are among those first in line to receive a coronavirus vaccine are choosing to delay having a baby until more is known about any potential…

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The World Health Organisation recently said it did not recommend that the Pfizer vaccine be given to pregnant women, with the exception of health staff at unavoidable high risk of exposure, or to those with complicating health conditions.
That is despite pregnant women being considered at higher risk of severe effects of COVID-19 compared to other women of the same age, and a link between coronavirus and pre-term births.
The WHO preferred to err on the side of caution because there is not enough…

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