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COVID-19 Vaccination for Pregnant and Immunosuppressed

Posted on August 4th, 2022

Pregnant? Have  Your COVID-19 Vaccination

Although the overall risk from COVID-19 disease in pregnant women and their new babies is low, the virus is still out there and can still make some women seriously unwell and need hospital treatment, particularly in later pregnancy. It is important to have both doses of your covid 19 vaccine to protect you and your unborn baby,

COVID-19 vaccination for people with weakened immune systems
People with a weakened immune system, either due to a health condition or medical treatment, are being encouraged to get their COVID-19 vaccinations up-to-date as they may not yet have the best possible protection from the vaccine.

The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) recommend that people aged 12 years and over with a weakened immune system should be offered a ‘booster’ if it’s been at least three months since the previous dose.

Immunosuppressed

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