Pregnant woman vaccination guidelines | Kovid-19 vaccine is also necessary for pregnant women, government issued guidelines, Union Ministry of Health issues guidelines for vaccination of pregnant women
Kovid-19 vaccine is also necessary for pregnant women, government issued guidelines  |  Photo Credits: Representative Image
- The government has already clarified that pregnant women can also take anti-COVID-19 vaccines.
- The Union Health Ministry has issued guidelines regarding the vaccination of pregnant women.
- In this, Kovid vaccines have been described as completely safe and concerns related to this have been addressed.
New Delhi : It has already been clarified by the Central Government and ICMR that pregnant women can also get vaccinated against Kovid-19. Now guidelines have been issued in this regard by the Union Health Ministry. It addresses safety concerns regarding COVID-19 vaccines and clarifies that these vaccines are completely safe and protect them from corona virus infection.
In the guidelines issued by the Union Health Ministry regarding vaccination of pregnant women, it has been said that the vaccines of Kovid-19 are completely safe and they provide protection against the infection of Kovid-19 to pregnant women like other people. According to the guidelines, pregnant women can register themselves for the CoWINportal vaccine or they can also get themselves registered by visiting the Kovid-19 Vaccination Center.
Why should pregnant women take the vaccine?
Responding to why pregnant women should take the vaccine, the Health Ministry has said that although the symptoms of Kovid-19 infection in many pregnant women are initially mild, in many cases it was seen that due to this, their health There is a sudden decline and it can also affect the fetus in their womb. That is why it is important that pregnant women be sure of their safety in every way.
How does covid infection affect the baby in the womb?
It cautioned that although the health of babies of Kovid positive mothers in more than 95 per cent of the cases is better at birth, but in some cases it has been seen that the condition of pre-mature delivery is seen due to Kovid infection in pregnancy. The weight of such children can be less than 2.5 kg and the life of the child can also be lost before birth.
Which pregnant women are at higher risk of infection?
It has been clarified by the Union Health Ministry that pregnant women who are above 35 years of age, who are overweight, who have the problem of diabetes or high blood pressure, they are at higher risk of Kovid-19 infection.
It has also been told that if a woman has recovered from the grip of Kovid-19 during pregnancy, then she can wait a little. But she should get the vaccine immediately after delivery.
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