Despite the surge in Covid cases and the growing demand for vaccines, Chathe and the Kashmir government abandoned Covid’s crackdown on pregnant and breastfeeding mothers, stating that they have not yet participated in clinical trials of the coronavirus vaccine.
General Family Welfare, Maternal and Child Health and Immunization Agency spokesperson Salim-ur-Rehman said that pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers cannot get the Covid vaccine. Because the vaccine is a new vaccine, no clinical studies have been conducted on its effects on pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers. Therefore, the central government has clearly issued guidelines stating that these groups of women should not be vaccinated against Covid. “You (pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers) should avoid this situation.
Of course, unless there is research support, you do not know how the release of the new vaccine will affect pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers. It is not enough to support research on pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers. d Nursing mothers should be given injections. Many gynecologists in Kashmir advocate vaccination against COVID-19 for pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers because they are at high risk during the Covid crisis.
The government stated that there are no specific studies supported by the Covid vaccine for this type of women. With the increase in the number of cases and this mutation making the virus more deadly, they need an hour to be vaccinated. Initially limited to the age group over 45 years old, of course, pregnant and lactating mothers do not belong to it. This category. Eighteen years after the government started vaccinating, many women want to know if they can get vaccinated.
The Federation of Indian Obstetrics and Gynecology Associations (FOGSI), composed of more than 37,000 doctors, published an 11-page report on its position on Covid vaccination for pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers. They recommended that these women be vaccinated according to the recommendations of international medical organizations. However, the Joint Ministry of Health stated that individual doctors cannot recommend vaccinations for pregnant and breastfeeding women in India until the recommendations of the Indian Ministry of Health are not changed.