Being pregnant during the coronavirus pandemic increases anxiety for expectant mothers, but the risks can be minimised, say experts. Photo: Shutterstock
Being pregnant during the coronavirus pandemic increases anxiety for expectant mothers, but the risks can be minimised, say experts. Photo: Shutterstock
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Coronavirus and pregnancy: experts share how to minimise the infection risk for you and your baby

  • Pregnant women are feeling anxious about the coronavirus and how it could affect their baby, before and after the birth
  • Medical experts offer advice on minimising risk, breastfeeding, delivery, and hygiene procedures

Being pregnant during the coronavirus pandemic increases anxiety for expectant mothers, but the risks can be minimised, say experts. Photo: Shutterstock
Being pregnant during the coronavirus pandemic increases anxiety for expectant mothers, but the risks can be minimised, say experts. Photo: Shutterstock
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