Pregnant women are not more likely to get COVID-19, nor are they more likely to have a severe case based on the findings so far. While COVID-19 infection during pregnancy certainly presents possible risks to them and their babies, the emerging evidence is reassuring. In the absence of other modifying factors that increase risk and course of disease, pregnant women can reasonably expect that contracting COVID-19 while pregnant has the same risks as nonpregnant patients of similar makeup."
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