basketball-club-los-angeles,With more deaths and ICU admissions, compared to last year, the second wave of COVID-19 proved deadlier for pregnant women, according to a study by two Mumbai-based institutes.
betway-laliga-bet,Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Tope, meanwhile, raised an alarm over the shortage of vaccines and said the state needs three crore vaccine doses every month to vaccinate its population.
best-mlb-bets-today-reddit,Tope said he will meet the Union Health Minister and request him to provide an adequate quantity of COVID-19 vaccines to Maharashtra. No new case of Delta Plus variant have been reported, he said further.
While the central government was initially hesitant, it gave the green signal for vaccinating pregnant women. ,parimatch-app-free-download
As the union health ministry both pregnant women and child can be saved by the coronavirus vaccine. In an interview to spoke to DD cricket coaching session plans, Dr Arora stressed that the approved COVID-19 vaccines are safe for both mother and the child.,baseball-npb-yahoo
etsy-custom-basketball-jersey,"During the second wave, it was seen that mortality rates of pregnant women infected by COVID-19 had increased by two to three times, in comparison to the first wave. Under such a situation, it was felt that pregnant women should also become beneficiaries of the COVID-19 vaccine. In case of pregnant women, it involves the safety of two lives - the mother and the child in her womb. Hence, the country has decided to vaccinate pregnant women,” Dr Arora had told DD News.
bsf-777.-co,He further said that inoculating pregnant women against COVID-19 will help them remain free from fear and anxiety.