Are Pregnant Women at Higher Risk for COVID-19?

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OB/GYN Dr. Evelyn Minaya shares that currently there are about 23,000 pregnant young ladies testing positive with COVID-19 and a little more than 5,000 of those women have been hospitalized, and 55 of those have had COVID-related deaths. Dr. Minaya shares that pregnancy itself is not going to increase your chances of getting COVID. She also weighs in on what we know about passing COVID from mom to baby.

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