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Need to prioritise pregnant women for Covid-19 vaccination: Report

IndiaTimes Sunday, 6 June 2021
For Covid not to further aggravate the already heavy burden of maternal and under five mortality, there is a strong case for inclusion of pregnant women as a high priority group for vaccination, a report prepared by a group of doctors led by Yamini Sarwal of Delhi-based Vardhman Mahavir Medical College and Safdarjung Hospital said.
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