- Pregnant women and young children were excluded from the U.S. clinical trials of the vaccines, as is typical in experimental vaccine research.
- That’s led to some concerns that there’s not enough data to be sure that the vaccines are safe among pregnant women.
- But Fauci said the Food and Drug Administration has not seen reason to worry so far.
There have been “no red flags” seen in the more than 10,000 pregnant women who have received Covid-19 vaccine shots so far, White House health advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci said Wednesday.
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