Covid: Stillbirth and prematurity risks may be higher

She added: “While the increased risk of a stillbirth or pre-term birth remains low when women have COVID-19 in pregnancy, the important message here is that pregnant women, like all of us, should continue to take precautions to reduce their chances of exposure to the virus. This includes continuing social distancing, hand-washing and mask-wearing.”


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