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Monday, 28 June 2021

New guideline: Should pregnant women be vaccinated or not?

New guideline: Should pregnant women be vaccinated or not?

Although cases have now dropped in the second wave of the Corona epidemic, the threat is not over. As the second wave slowed down, so did the third wave. One way to stop this epidemic is to speed up the vaccination campaign in the country. The government also issues guidelines at different times. The government has asked everyone to be vaccinated. According to the government, even pregnant women can get the corona vaccine, it is completely safe and can even protect the unborn child from the virus. On Monday, the Union Health Ministry issued new guidelines for coronavirus for pregnant women.

New guidelines issued by the Union Ministry of Health make it clear that the corona vaccine is completely safe for pregnant women and that the vaccine protects pregnant women from corona virus infection like no other. Since it is completely safe, pregnant women are advised to get vaccinated in the guidelines issued. Pregnant women should also be vaccinated against coronavirus. This can also affect the health of their unborn child. That is why it is important that they take all precautions to protect themselves from Covid-19 and be vaccinated.

Coronavirus virus also affects unborn babies These guidelines warn that in more than 95% of cases, babies of covid-positive mothers are in good health at birth, but in some cases, covid infection remains an adult-sharing condition in pregnancy. Such babies can weigh less than 2.5 kg and lose the life of the baby just before birth, i.e. it dies in the womb. 

These pregnant women have more corona. Pregnant women over the age of 35 are overweight and people with diabetes or high blood pressure are at higher risk of Covid-19 infection, the Union Health Ministry said. The guidelines also state that if a woman recovers from Covid-19 during pregnancy, she should wait a bit for the vaccine, but should be vaccinated immediately after delivery.

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