Moms Pass Protective Antibodies to Baby After Coronavirus Infection

Two new studies show pregnant people who’ve had Covid-19 pass protective antibodies to babies

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Pregnant people worldwide are worried they will catch the coronavirus and pass it to their newborn baby. As an OB-GYN working in a Covid-19 hot spot, I am a firsthand witness to this anxiety.

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Dr Jeff Livingston

Dr Jeff Livingston

Obgyn, Husband, Father, & Entrepreneur. Writing about Women’s Health, Parenting, and Self-improvement. CEO of MacArthurmc.com & founder of Medika.life

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