A committee that issued vaccination guidelines announced that pregnant women in the UK should be vaccinated with Pfizer or Moderna vaccines because there is more real evidence that they are safe.
The Joint Vaccination and Immunization Committee (JCVI) pointed out that approximately 90,000 pregnant women in the United States have been vaccinated, most of which were vaccinated with these two U.S. vaccinations and have no serious side effects.
JCVI said: “Based on these data, JCVI recommends that pregnant women in the UK should receive Pfizer-BioNTech or Modern vaccines when possible. There is no evidence that other vaccines are unsafe for pregnant women, but further testing is needed.”
It has previously been advised that pregnant women in the UK should not be vaccinated because there is insufficient data on side effects.
Health Minister Matt Hancock said: “I recommend that all pregnant women come to discuss reliable and reliable information with them after receiving a vaccination call, such as family doctors, gynecologists or midwives.”
The United Kingdom recently recommended that, if possible, vaccinate people under 30 with a different vaccine instead of AstraZeneca, because this rarely causes blood clot side effects in the brain.