I'm very much non-medical but isn't it one of those basic things that a child collects many of their immunities from their mother? I know it's simplistic but if your body is born knowing Covid as an enemy, it's probably better prepared than most currently receiving jabs?A few incorrect statements today especially that there is no evidence of vaccine safety in pregnancy.In fact there is a lot.both Israel and the USA using mRNA vaccines have shown no evidence of harm.the real world data in the UK and Canada has not come up with any problems with the AZ vaccine.
Here it would still be recommended that Pfizer is used as the great majority of pregnant women are under 40.
A local discussion that has this piece of evidence.
So no pregnant women admitted to hospital recently with covid has been fully vaccinated.Those who are admitted without a vaccine job have a 10% risk of being admitted to ICU.Basically another no brainer.get vaccinated.
Pregnant women have had many vaccinations for many years without major problems.
Pregnancy is a time when you need to take extra care of yourself to ensure you and your baby remain healthy. This includes checking that your vaccinations are up to date to ensure you have the best protection against common infectious diseases. The information on this page is a general guide to...www.health.gov.au
The Rubella vaccine is contraindicated in pregnancy.However most Australians are vaccinated for rubella.Anti vaxxers however are taking a gamble with their daughters and grandchildren's lives.