Novel corona virus disease (COVID‐19) in pregnancy: What clinical recommendations to follow?

@article{Liang2020NovelCV,
  title={Novel corona virus disease (COVID‐19) in pregnancy: What clinical recommendations to follow?},
  author={Huan Liang and Ganesh Acharya},
  journal={Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica},
  year={2020},
  volume={99}
}
Pregnancy is a state of partial immune suppression which makes pregnant women more vulnerable to viral infections, and the morbidity is higher even with seasonal influenza. Therefore, the COVID19 epidemic may have serious consequences for pregnant women. Although the vast majority of cases of COVID-19 are currently in China, the risk of outward transmission appears to be significantly raising global concern. Human to human transmission of the virus is proven to occur,1,2 perhaps even from… 

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