America’s preachers, the social misfits, sexual predators and pillow peddlers have been feeding off stoking fears in women that they will lose the ability to breed successfully, thus producing more progeny…
though Evangelical Christianity is strong proof that eugenics might have been a good thing after all…
Fact check here
False and misleading claims that Covid-19 vaccines harm fertility and cause miscarriages are still circulating online, against all the evidence – https://t.co/KRSJuqXSPE#StayWellEssex @ESNEFT @SNEE_ICS @EssexPH @Tendring_DC @Essex_CC @willquince @EPUTNHS
— NHS North East Essex (@NEECCG) August 12, 2021
Miscarriages and preterm births are a huge risk in pregnant women who contract COVID, which is why the American College of Obstetric and Gynecology is recommending vaccination for pregnant women now as well. Being pregnant is also a risk factor for severe COVID, sadly.
— Lauren Wilson MD (@DrLaurenWilson) August 9, 2021
Rochelle Walensky, director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said the agency “encourages all pregnant people or people who are thinking about becoming pregnant and those breastfeeding to get vaccinated to protect themselves from Covid-19.”
Breaking News: The CDC strengthened its recommendation that pregnant people be vaccinated against Covid-19, pointing to new safety data that found no increased risk of miscarriage among those immunized during the first 20 weeks of gestation. https://t.co/QcwzUXNIqi
— The New York Times (@nytimes) August 11, 2021
“The vaccines are safe and effective, and it has never been more urgent to increase vaccinations as we face the highly transmissible Delta variant and see severe outcomes from Covid-19 among unvaccinated pregnant people,” Walensky said.
After previously remaining neutral, the CDC has updated its guidance and now recommends that pregnant women should get the COVID-19 vaccine. There is no increased risk of miscarriage, and just 23% of pregnant women have received at least one dose.https://t.co/qbHJBPLuHY
— Benjy Renton (@bhrenton) August 11, 2021
According to a recent study, only one in four pregnant women has received at least a first dose of a Covid vaccine.
The CDC said an analysis of current data had found there was not an increased risk of miscarriage among nearly 2,500 pregnant women who received an mRNA Covid-19 vaccine — the type of shots made by Pfizer and Moderna in the United States — before 20 weeks of pregnancy.
It said miscarriage rates among women who received a Covid-19 vaccine were around 13 percent, about the same as the typical miscarriage rate of 11-16 percent of pregnancies.
“The benefits of receiving a Covid-19 vaccine for pregnant people outweigh any known or potential risks,” the CDC said. Read more..