Breastfeeding during Covid Season
Should I breastfeed if I have symptoms of COVID?
Breastfeeding is particularly effective against infectious diseases because it strengthens the immune system by directly transferring antibodies from the mother. As with all confirmed or suspected COVID-19 cases, mothers with any symptoms who are breastfeeding or practicing skin-to-skin contact should take precautions.
In fact, researchers don't expect that any of the current vaccines will be excreted into breast milk. World Health Organization recommends that mothers continue to breastfeed after vaccination
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