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Coronavirus in pregnant women ups risk of death, complications, study finds – Fox News

A multi-country study suggests pregnant women who get COVID-19 have higher risks for death, intensive-care stays, preterm birth and other complications.

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A multi-country study suggests pregnant women who get COVID-19 have higher risks for death, intensive-care stays, preterm birth and other complications.
Pregnancy causes various changes in the body that may make women vulnerable to harm from the coronavirus. Pregnant women can gain some protection by getting vaccinated; recent evidence suggests the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines are safe to use in pregnancy.
COVID-19 VACCINES APPEAR SAFE IN PREGNANT WOMEN, PRELIMINARY RESULTS SUGGEST
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