Until then, it was only recommended for people who are particularly vulnerable or exposed (those working in healthcare, for example) to be vaccinated.
Laurence Bezaguet Grobet
We indicated to you in our Saturday edition that pregnant women would still have to wait to be vaccinated. Until then, it was only recommended for particularly vulnerable or exposed people (those working in healthcare, for example) to do so. “There is more and more evidence that it is necessary to vaccinate more widely these future mothers, but we are still waiting for cross-studies to validate it”, thus explained on Friday the cantonal doctor Aglaé Tardin, during the 50th health point of the State of Geneva.
However, the Tribune de Genève has just learned that the recommendation of the Federal Office of Public Health has changed and that all pregnant women can now benefit from the vaccination against SARS-CoV-2. However, with certain conditions:
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