COVID-19 mRNA vaccines or boosters during pregnancy benefit mothers and newborns, according to a federally funded study published in Vaccine; study finds higher antibody levels passed onto newborns from mothers who received the booster dose

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August 16, 2023 (press release) –

Receiving a COVID-19 mRNA vaccine or booster during pregnancy can benefit pregnant people and their newborn infants, according to findings from a federally funded study published in Vaccine. The study looked at 167 pregnant people who received a primary or booster vaccine, which generated antibodies that crossed to the cord blood and likely conferred some protection in their newborns. Participants who received a booster dose had substantially more antibodies in their own blood and in their cord blood, suggesting that boosting increased their newborns’ immune defenses against COVID-19. 

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