The study could help encourage more women to get vaccinated during their pregnancies. Photo: Shutterstock The study could help encourage more women to get vaccinated during their pregnancies. Photo: Shutterstock
The study could help encourage more women to get vaccinated during their pregnancies. Photo: Shutterstock

Coronavirus: Pregnant women who get vaccine pass antibodies to babies, study finds

  • The study found that 36 newborns tested at birth all had protective antibodies after their mothers were vaccinated with shots from Pfizer or Moderna
  • The research was one of the first to measure antibody levels in umbilical cord blood to distinguish whether immunity is from infection or jabs

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The study could help encourage more women to get vaccinated during their pregnancies. Photo: Shutterstock The study could help encourage more women to get vaccinated during their pregnancies. Photo: Shutterstock
The study could help encourage more women to get vaccinated during their pregnancies. Photo: Shutterstock
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