Covid-19 is a dangerous diseases which is killing thousands of people everyday in the world. Some counties like Russia are recording high positive cases. Also in our country, some people have contracted this deadly virus.
According to the source, experts have revealed worrying details about the expectant mothers who haven't received Covid-19 vaccines. It has been reported that, expectant mothers who contracted Covid-19 infections had a lot of complications during delivering and their babies were born with complications which includes; less amniotic fluid and they needed oxygen after being born.
Recently, the experts advice expectant mothers to take Covid-19 jabs as soon as possible to reduce some complications that may arise after contracting this deadly disease.
This is bad news to pregnant women who have not received Covid-19 vaccines.
Let us follow experts guidelines and safe more lives in the country.
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