The US Center for Disease Control and Prevention releasedCDCUrgent recommendation for pregnant women and those who have recently given birth to be vaccinated against the Corona virus, and I recommend CDC Severely vaccinate against the Corona virus before or during pregnancy because the benefits of vaccination outweigh the known or potential risks, according to what was published on the site “CNN“American.
The CDC said that women who are trying or planning to become pregnant and who are breastfeeding should also be vaccinated, adding that only 31% of pregnant women have been vaccinated in the United States of America and the result is that thousands of pregnant women are in hospitals.
. added CDC As of September 27, more than 125,000 confirmed MERS cases have been reported among pregnant women, including more than 22,000 hospitalizations and 161 deaths.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said 22 pregnant women died in August alone – the worst month so far for the pandemic.
Data from the COVID-19-associated Hospital Admission Surveillance Network indicates that nearly 97% of pregnant women in hospitals with confirmed MERS-CoV infection have not been vaccinated.
“The coronavirus vaccine is essential to keep their children and themselves safe,” said CDC director Rochelle Wallinsky. “I strongly encourage those who are pregnant or considering pregnancy to speak with their doctor about the preventive benefits of the coronavirus vaccine.”
And Walinsky added in a White House briefing on Covid-19 that studies show that corona vaccines are safe for pregnant women, and pregnant women are urged to take the flu vaccine as well.
“We are fortunate now to have exceptional safety data with all of these vaccines,” Walinsky said. “We know that pregnant women are at increased risk of serious complications, hospitalization, and ventilators.”
“We now have data showing that vaccines – at any time during pregnancy or lactation – are in fact safe and effective and do not have negative effects on the mother or the baby,” she added.
“And we have already seen that some of the antibodies from the vaccine are transmitted to the baby and in fact can protect the baby, just as with influenza, the immune system proteins that are active in the mother’s body are transmitted to her unborn child.”