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print Galway Bay fm newsroom – Research carried out at NUI Galway has found that young women are less likely to accept a Covid-19 vaccine. The study – undertaken in conjunction with the University of Huddersfield in the UK – canvassed the views of one thousand people in Ireland and the UK. Findings from the […]

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Women and younger people are less likely to accept a Covid-19 vaccine, according to a new study from NUI Galway.Women and younger people are less likely to accept a Covid-19 vaccine, according to a new study from NUI Galway.

Young women least likely to accept Covid-19 vaccine

This could be in relation to issues surrounding fertilityThis could be in relation to issues surrounding fertility

Coronavirus vaccine Ireland: NPHET to receive warning as young women more likely to refuse Covid jab - Dublin Live

Young women are significantly less likely to accept a Covid-19 vaccine, new research from a joint Irish-UK project has revealed.Young women are significantly less likely to accept a Covid-19 vaccine, new research from a joint Irish-UK project has revealed.

Covid-19 vaccine Ireland: Young women less likely to accept Covid-19 vaccine, NUI Galway study reveals - Independent.ie

Given this dire situation, state governments have to give the care of pregnant women greater attention.sGiven this dire situation, state governments have to give the care of pregnant women greater attention.s

In Covid times, caring for pregnant women | Hindustan Times

Vaccine hesitancy among young women 'swayed by influencers'Vaccine hesitancy among young women 'swayed by influencers'

Vaccine hesitancy among young women 'swayed by influencers'

A study by NUI Galway found that about seven in 10 women aged under 30 said they would get the vaccineA study by NUI Galway found that about seven in 10 women aged under 30 said they would get the vaccine

Young women less likely to accept Covid vaccine, Irish study finds

No COVID jabs for pregnant, lactating women as yet: Govt Greater Kashmir | Despite the increasing Covid cases and rising demand for vaccination, the administration in Jammu and Kashmir has said no to Covid jabs for pregnant andNo COVID jabs for pregnant, lactating women as yet: Govt Greater Kashmir | Despite the increasing Covid cases and rising demand for vaccination, the administration in Jammu and Kashmir has said no to Covid jabs for pregnant and

No COVID jabs for pregnant, lactating women as yet: Govt | Greater Kashmir

Researchers at University of Oxford and University of California at Berkeley have found a significantly higher risk of severe complications than previously known for pregnant women with COVID-19 and for their newborns.Researchers at University of Oxford and University of California at Berkeley have found a significantly higher risk of severe complications than previously known for pregnant women with COVID-19 and for their newborns.

COVID: UC Berkeley / Oxford Study Finds Higher Risk To Pregnant Women Than Previously Known – CBS San Francisco

A meat plant in Co Cavan is to close for the week after “recent cases of Covid-19 on site”.McCarren, which processes pig meat, is a part of the Kepak group and employs 269 people on the siteA meat plant in Co Cavan is to close for the week after “recent cases of Covid-19 on site”.McCarren, which processes pig meat, is a part of the Kepak group and employs 269 people on the site

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Experts are calling on women planning to be pregnant or those who are to get their COVID-19 immunizations to ensure they are protected.Experts are calling on women planning to be pregnant or those who are to get their COVID-19 immunizations to ensure they are protected.

Doctors encourage pregnant women to get COVID-19 vaccine to help lower risk of severe outcomes | CTV News

With over 18.4 million coronavirus cases in India currently, the pandemic’s second wave has impacted lives and healthcare services like never before.With over 18.4 million coronavirus cases in India currently, the pandemic’s second wave has impacted lives and healthcare services like never before.

Pregnant? Planning a baby? Should you take the vaccine? Here’s what doctors have to say... - Times of India

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A leading obstetrician is moving to reassure expectant mums about the safety of the COVID-19 vacc...A leading obstetrician is moving to reassure expectant mums about the safety of the COVID-19 vacc...

COVID-19 vaccines and pregnant women: 'The data is really, really reassuring'. | Newstalk

Midwest Radio Broadcasting from Co Mayo in Ireland. Midwest Radio is the Number 1 local radio in Ireland Pregnant women are being urged to get the Covid-19 vaccine once it's offered to them.The Government has given the green light for the vaccine to be made available to expectant mums between 14 and 36 weeks gestation.It comes on the back of NIAC updating its advice which previously suggested the jab only be given to pregnant women who worked in healthcare settings or were at risk of severe disease.Consultant Obstetrician...

Midwest Radio - Pregnant women urged to get a Covid-19 vaccine once offered

What do you know about the Covid-19 vaccination? Here's a detailed guide for expecting mothers, check out the significant details.What do you know about the Covid-19 vaccination? Here's a detailed guide for expecting mothers, check out the significant details.

Covid-19 vaccination: A guide for expecting mothers - Information News

The first 12 weeks of pregnancy are most important for the baby’s development, so some women may choose to wait until after this to have their vaccination.The first 12 weeks of pregnancy are most important for the baby’s development, so some women may choose to wait until after this to have their vaccination.

Is the Covid vaccine safe for expecting and lactating mothers? A doc advises | Parenting News,The Indian Express

The overall messaging from the world medical community has been inconsistent on whether...The overall messaging from the world medical community has been inconsistent on whether...

Vaxxing for two? Doctors' conflicting messages leave pregnant women confused about COVID vaccine