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COVID vaccines are safe during pregnancy – but catching the virus isn't

By April Rees, PhD Researcher in Immunology, Swansea University
Catherine Thornton, Professor of Human Immunology, Swansea University
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Severe COVID raises the risk of preterm birth, being admitted to intensive care and still birth – so everyone who is pregnant should get vaccinated.

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