mRNA COVID-19 vaccine: Should pregnant women receive it if it’s first to market?

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Table 1: Outcomes of COVID-19 positive women in United States from January 22, 2020 to June 7th, 2020. Source: CDC. **Adjusted for age as a continuous variable, dichotomous yes/no variable for presence of underlying conditions, and categorical race/ethnicity variable. Nonpregnant women are the referent group
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