1. Covid Vaccines in Pregnancy Had No Impact on Babies in U.K. Data  Bloomberg
  2. Experts urge pregnant women to get COVID-19 vaccine following new UK safety data  News-Medical.net
  3. UK data shows good safety of COVID-19 vaccines in pregnancy  Economic Times
  4. Warning over gap in Covid vaccination levels for poor and black pregnant women  The Independent
  5. Coronavirus: Vaccination safe for pregnant women, no link to any complications - UK study  Newshub
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The country's top doctors and medical experts are urging pregnant women to get their COVID-19 vaccine as soon as possible, as new data published by the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) today [November Thursday 25] provides further evidence that the vaccines are safe for this group.The country's top doctors and medical experts are urging pregnant women to get their COVID-19 vaccine as soon as possible, as new data published by the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) today [November Thursday 25] provides further evidence that the vaccines are safe for this group.

Experts urge pregnant women to get COVID-19 vaccine following new UK safety data

UK Health Security Agency data found that vaccinated women had a stillbirth rate of 3.35 per 1,000 lightly lower than the rate of 3.60 per 1,000 in unvaccinated women.UK Health Security Agency data found that vaccinated women had a stillbirth rate of 3.35 per 1,000 lightly lower than the rate of 3.60 per 1,000 in unvaccinated women.

covid 19: UK data shows good safety of COVID-19 vaccines in pregnancy - The Economic Times

UK Health Security Agency data found that vaccinated women had a stillbirth rate of 3.35 per 1,000 lightly lower than the rate of 3.60 per 1,000 in unvaccinated women.

covid 19: UK data shows good safety of COVID-19 vaccines in pregnancy - The Economic Times

A report by the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) today revealed just 10,486 (22 per cent of women) who gave birth in August had been given a first dose of the coronavirus vaccine.A report by the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) today revealed just 10,486 (22 per cent of women) who gave birth in August had been given a first dose of the coronavirus vaccine.

Less than QUARTER of pregnant women in the UK have had a Covid vaccine, official data shows | Daily Mail Online

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‘Having Covid-19 during pregnancy carries a far higher risk than having the vaccine’, says Dr Mary Ross-Davie ‘Having Covid-19 during pregnancy carries a far higher risk than having the vaccine’, says Dr Mary Ross-Davie

Warning over gap in Covid vaccination levels for poor and black pregnant women | The Independent

Officials said the data were especially reassuring.Officials said the data were especially reassuring.

Coronavirus: Vaccination safe for pregnant women, no link to any complications - UK study | Newshub

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One in five of the most critically ill Covid patients in hospital since July have been pregnant women who have not been vaccinated.One in five of the most critically ill Covid patients in hospital since July have been pregnant women who have not been vaccinated.

Covid-19 vaccines are safe in pregnancy, data shows | Evening Standard

COVID jabs are safe for pregnant women and their child, the first real-world UK data shows.An analysis of more than 350,000 deliveries found birth outCOVID jabs are safe for pregnant women and their child, the first real-world UK data shows. An analysis of more than 350,000 deliveries found birth outcomes were the same in vaccinated and unvaccin…

Covid vaccines are safe for unborn babies and their pregnant mums, study reveals

Only 34% of pregnant women are vaccinated against COVID-19, according to the CDC, even as nearly 70% of the general population has received the vaccine.Yet only a third in the U.S. have gotten the COVID-19 shot.

The evidence is piling up that pregnant people should get vaccinated – Center for Public Integrity

Catching COVID-19 carries far higher risk than having the vaccine and only 22% of women who gave birth in August were vaccinated.Catching COVID-19 carries far higher risk than having the vaccine and only 22% of women who gave birth in August were vaccinated.

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