Infants born to vaccinated mothers are less likely to be hospitalized with COVID, CDC study finds

Women that are pregnant, breastfeeding, or looking to conceive in the foreseeable future are encouraged to get vaccinated. According to the CDC, babies that are born by vaccinated mothers are likely to have some of their protection. Scientists completed a study of 379 babies under 6 months old. About half were hospitalized, and 84% were born to unvaccinated mothers.

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