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Pandemic Preparedness & Response Management: Maternal Care

Sejal Chauhan


All pregnant women, including those with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 infections, have the right to high quality care before, during and after childbirth. This includes antenatal, newborn, postnatal, intrapartum and mental health care. Dealing with pregnancy and child birth is always not so easy. So we need to always be prepared for dealing with any situation even in conditions like COVID-19.

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