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COVID vaccines and pregnancy: a review of the evidence shows they are safe

By Marta C. Nunes, Reader and Senior Scientist at the Meningeal Pathogens Research Unit, University of the Witwatersrand
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COVID vaccines have been contentious ever since they were developed in response to the coronavirus pandemic, though the evidence is that they are safe and effective. One of the concerns has been whether the vaccines were safe for pregnant women. A recent review looked at the evidence available from North America, Israel and Europe. The Conversation Africa’s Ozayr Patel asked vaccine specialist Marta C. Nunes…The Conversation

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