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covoid 19 risks during pregnancy?

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Dr. Christopher Conti
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COVID-19 and Pregnancy: The risk of COVID-19 in pregnant women appears to be similar to the risk in young, healthy women who are not pregnant. The risk to newborns is unclear as there have been very few confirmed cases. The preliminary data seem to suggest no significant risk to healthy newborns. Practice consistent handwashwng, social distancing all other prenatal recommendations regarding diet, exercise, etc..
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