Pregnancy in the pandemic, a podcast interview

In this podcast interview Community Health Champions communications officer Jerome talks with new mum Clare about pregnancy during the pandemic.

Is now the right time to bring a baby into the world?

A transcript of this interview is available download/read here.

"The appointments have been okay. I haven't had too much remote stuff, on the whole I've been seen in person when I've needed to. Positive things - the GPs would would ring you up and see if they needed to see you. So I haven't found it's been too bad really."

Clare

Vaccines? "I would certainly say go and get advice, but from my point of view, the evidence is there that [vaccines are] safe and that people should get it because the dangers from 30 weeks onwards are really, really stark. And that's why [pregnant women] are ending up in intensive care now. And that's a real tragedy."

Clare

Reassurance

If you are pregnant or planning a pregnancy there’s lots of information available for you to explore.

You can find links to resources from the Royal College of Midwives on this page in our resources section.

Speak to your GP or midwife if you have any questions or concerns, they are there to help.

Protect yourself and your growing family – get vaccinated.

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