COVID-19: Pregnancy in the coronavirus pandemic

Being pregnant in ‘normal’ times can be stressful. But imagine being told you weren’t allowed to see friends or family, when the baby you were expecting doesn’t survive?

Or that you were at a higher risk of contracting a potentially deadly virus because of the colour of your skin? When even the simple things – like a hug – are restricted.

These are the stories of pregnancy and birth in the pandemic.

Did you miss our previous article…
https://covidnineteen.wiki/united-kingdom/coronavirus-infections-up-63-in-a-fortnight-with-4900-cases-every-day-boris-johnson-warns/