Creator of Oxford Coronavirus Jobs urges pregnant women to be vaccinated, according to studies. This group is about one-fifth of the most critically ill patients in England.
Professor Dame Sarah Gilbert, who was one of Oxford /AstraZeneca “It’s especially important for pregnant mothers to get vaccinated because the corona virus can be especially dangerous if contracted during pregnancy,” said Job’s inventor.
Speaking after feeding the penguin by her name at Sea Life London Aquarium, Dame Sarah said: “It is really important that pregnant women be vaccinated.
“We now have so much evidence that it’s safe for them, that it protects them, and that Covid 19 is really dangerous during pregnancy.
“You don’t want to infect yourself and your baby with covid infection, so get vaccinated.
“There has been a lot of research on these vaccines over the years.
“Even before we knew about the corona virus, we were working on ways to make a vaccine.
“Billions of doses have now been delivered around the world, so there is a lot of evidence of their safety and efficacy, and it’s really important that people keep getting vaccinated.
“For those who are called to have a booster: take a booster when it’s your turn.”
It comes later. NHS England It was found that between July 1 and September 30, 17% of covid patients receiving lung bypass treatment were from mothers who did not have the first dose of the vaccine.
The NHS also said that statistics show that 32% of all women between the ages of 16 and 49 are pregnant women who receive intensive care on extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO). ۔ .