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Cases among pregnant women, new moms doubled in 2nd wave: Study

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 16 June 2021
Symptomatic cases of Covid-19 were significantly higher at 28.7% among pregnant and post-partum women during the second wave, compared with the first wave when the proportion was 14.2%, a comparative analysis of data during the two waves by ICMR showed.
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