The CDC recently made a recommendation for pregnant women to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Until now, the agency has not made a recommendation for pregnant women. This leading to many pregnant women being hesitant on getting one of the vaccines. Michael Erman of Reuters writes in an article that “the CDC said it has found no safety concerns for pregnant people in either the new analysis or earlier studies. It said miscarriage rates after vaccination were similar to the expected rate. Pregnant women can receive any of the three vaccines given emergency authorization — Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson.” In the article, it is also reported by the CDC that only 23% of pregnant women have received at least one dose of the vaccine. Read more about this recent recommendation in an AOL article here.
CDC Recommends Pregnant Women To Get COVID-19 Vaccine
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