Medical experts address pregnant women’s COVID-19 concerns about whether the infectious disease might affect their pregnancies and their unborn babies.

No question, as countries struggle to contain the COVID-19 pandemic, the world has literally come to a literal standstill at times. In many countries including Singapore, not only did schools, shopping and entertainment outlets shutter, people were advised to stay home.

Yet, while life more or less ground to a halt, pregnancies have continued to progress. Not surprisingly, expectant mums worry as to how COVID-19 might affect their pregnancy journeys and unborn babies, especially if they’ve just discovered that they are pregnant.

To ease your COVID-19 and pregnancy concerns, watch this video as ob-gyns answer questions such as “Will my pregnancy be affected if I get the coronavirus disease?”.

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