Pregnant and Breastfeeding Women May Opt to Receive the Vaccine

Pregnant and Breastfeeding Women May Opt to Receive the Vaccine
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Although no coronavirus vaccine has been studied in these women, many scientists believe the benefits will outweigh any potential risks.

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