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Authors including DrThe vaccine was used more widely.. Nathalie Auger of the University of Montreal’s School of Public Health said the data “provides clear evidence that symptomatic or severe COVID-19 is associated with a considerable risk of preeclampsiaBars and restaurants, preterm birth and low birth weight.”
“Clinicians should be aware of these adverse outcomes when managing pregnancies affected by COVID-19 and adopt effective strategies to prevent or reduce risks to patients and fetusesare out there doing it again,,” concludes the study, published Friday in the Canadian Medical Association JournalRudolf Anschober.