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Despite wide data gaps, research points to serious health risks for pregnant women infected with COVID-19, including premature delivery, hospitalization or death. Most physicians strongly recommend mRNA vaccines to pregnant patients, especially those with comorbidities. On the bright side, babies face low risk of infection and physical harm from their mother’s disease.
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Nidhi Subbaraman is a senior reporter for Nature based in Washington, DC.
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