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COVID-19 vaccination and pregnancy

On this page, you will find an infographic about COVID-19 vaccination in pregnancy. We worked with expert reproductive immunologist, Dr Viki Male from Imperial College London to explain the latest evidence that COVID-19 vaccines in pregnancy are safe and effective. The benefits of vaccination outweigh the risks of COVID-19 during pregnancy.

COVID-19 vaccination is recommended in pregnancy and it's the best way to protect yourself and your unborn baby from the known risks of COVID-19 during pregnancy. You don't have to wait for a particular time in your pregnancy to get the COVID-19 vaccine. You can get the vaccine as soon as possible when it's convenient for you. 

By understanding and addressing vaccine concerns that are prominent in public discussion and may lead to hesitancy towards vaccination, the BSI hopes to provide expert information to help everyone make informed decisions about vaccines and their health. Scroll down to discover more, click the download link to print the graphic or share on social media tagging @britsocimm to help strengthen public understanding.

Knowledge of COVID-19 vaccine immunology will continue to evolve and this infographic is accurate at the time of publishing. It was last updated in March 2023.

COVID-19 vaccines in pregnancy infographic
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Download this infographic PDF (for printing) (230 KB)

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All references used in this infographic can be found in the detailed explainer written by Dr Viki Male:

Check out the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists' information about COVID-19 vaccination for pregnant people.