It’s also fascinating to notice that it’s being suggested to not separate infants from their moms even when the latter assessments constructive. (File Picture)
Because the World Well being Group declared Coronavirus outbreak a ‘pandemic’, questions concerning the virus and who it might have an effect on extra have been doing the rounds. In accordance with a report in The Guardian, opposite to what’s being feared, pregnant girls aren’t extra in danger to be affected by Covid-19 signs. The report additionally states that there aren’t any research or proof to show that the virus might be contracted by the child.
It cites the rules issued by the Royal School of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Royal School of Midwives and Royal School of Paediatrics and Youngster Well being. These have comforted pregnant girls within the UK as earlier than this no particulars concerning this have been offered.
“As this is a very new virus we are just beginning to learn about it, so the guidance will be kept under regular review as new evidence emerges. Over the coming weeks and months it is likely pregnant women in the UK will test positive for coronavirus. While the data is currently limited it is reassuring that there is no evidence that the virus can pass to a baby during pregnancy,” Edward Morris, president of the Royal School of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists was quoted as saying.
It’s also fascinating to notice that it’s being suggested to not separate infants from their moms even when the latter assessments constructive.
“The impact of this separation, even as a precaution, can be significant on both the baby and the mother. We will review this recommendation as we see more evidence in the weeks and months ahead. There is also limited evidence about the transmission of coronavirus through breast milk – and based on what we know now, we feel the benefits of breastfeeding outweigh any potential risks,” Prof Russell Viner, president of the Royal School of Paediatrics and Youngster Well being shared.