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Giving birth in a pandemic: Answering questions about COVID-19 and pregnancy

Giving birth in a pandemic: Answering questions about COVID-19 and pregnancy
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TORONTO -- Pregnant women across the country are facing the prospect of giving birth amid the COVID-19 pandemic. CTVNews.ca spoke with Dr. B Anthony Armson, the president of the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada (SOGC), to answer questions pregnant women may have about the novel coronavirus.

Here is a summary of what the SOGC knows about the virus and how it may impact pregnancy and childbirth: (Note: Interview took place on March 25. Check the SOGC for latest statements on COVID-19 and pregnancy.)
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