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Recomiendan que las embarazadas deben ser vacunadas contra el covid-19, en instalaciones públicas como privadas

Minsa accepts recommendation to vaccinate pregnant women against COVID-19

The Ministry of Health of Panama will accept the recommendation of the Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology (SPOG), to offer all pregnant women the vaccine against COVID-19, both in public and private facilities in the country.
This, in order that pregnant women do not have serious complications or death when they become infected with the virus.

"The evidence that exists on pregnancies and vaccinations was reviewed, this subject being discussed with advisers and authorities of the Ministry of Health, reaching the following conclusion: the risk of a pregnant patient when contracting COVID-19 is greater and presents serious complications and death than a non-pregnant patient,” said Dr. Jaime Sánchez, president of the Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

During a press conference, the expert stated that the COVID-19 vaccine developed by Pfizer and BioNTech was taken into consideration, to indicate that no matter the gestational time these patients have, the vaccine should still be offered, being a public health policy.
Comments

Lynne 48 days ago
LOOK AT THIS BEFORE YOU START INJECTING PREGNANT WOMEN PLEASE
https://www.theepochtimes.com/3-dozen-cases-of-spontaneous-miscarriages-stillbirths-occurring-after-covid-19-vaccination_3716385.html
Lynne 48 days ago
Good going MINSA. Set your self up for major lawsuits with this backfires. Lots of evidence this is harmful to everyone, let alone pregnant women. WAKE UP, This is Bill Gates "wet dream" of de-population and you have a hand in it. Would be nice if some intelligent people were running this country but NOOOOOO
General Butler 48 days ago
Let's genetically modify everyone, even the unborn. Good call MINSA. Vax survivors can all be GMOs together in the oncoming transhuman Great Global Reset.

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