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Covid Vaccination in Pregnancy

Covid-19 in Pregnancy

COVID-19 vaccines are recommended in pregnancy.

Vaccination is the best way to protect against the known risks of COVID-19 in pregnancy for both women and babies.

If you’re pregnant, or know someone who is, who has not yet had the vaccine please read and share the information on this page and this leaflet to help them make informed decisions.

The JCVI together with the RCOG and RCM have all advised that pregnant women should be offered covid vaccination in pregnancy in line with the rest of the population. Below is the link to the RCOG website where there is information on the safety of vaccination in pregnancy and the risks of catching Covid in pregnancy. There is a tool called ‘How to Decide’ to help you decide whether having a Covid vaccination in pregnancy is right for you and some FAQs for further information, together with some videos.

This information is updated regularly and is based on the most recent evidence regarding vaccination in pregnancy. RCOG covid vaccination in pregnancy.