Should women get the COVID-19 vaccine during pregnancy?

Experts encourage women who are pregnant to discuss the risk-benefit ratio with their doctors

Adding to the stress of a pandemic winter, expectant moms are weighing whether or not they should get a COVID-19 vaccine. Women who are pregnant are considered to be at high risk if they contract the coronavirus, but they weren’t included in clinical trials for any of the vaccines currently on the market.

So is it safe for pregnant women to get vaccinated? Raven Santana reports that there isn’t one clear answer.

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