Dr Sarah Stock speaks to the BBC about pregnant women receiving the Covid-19 vaccine
CRH’s Dr Sarah Stock was asked by the BBC to give her expert opinion on pregnant women being vaccinated against Covid-19.
It is airing on BBC News through the day on 10.06.21, and on Radio Scotland.
The news segment also features two pregnant women case studies and discusses the first Covid-19 vaccine study for women who are pregnant which has recently been launched in the UK – with Edinburgh playing a key role in the research.
Dr Sarah Stock, a Reader in Maternal and Fetal Health in the University’s MRC Centre for Reproductive Health
“Catching Covid-19 in pregnancy can have serious consequences for mothers and their babies. This is an important study as it will not only help us understand how best to protect the mothers and babies of today, but also how we can prepare to protect those in the future.”
Catch the clip on Box of Broadcasts using the link below. This allows for University of Edinburgh student and staff access.
Reporting Scotland Clip 10.6.2021
Read more about the new study, or access the flyer below.