US CDC: COVID-19 Increases Pregnant Women’s Stillbirth Risk, Real Data Exposure of Millions of People


Translation and Commentary: Thomson

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Commentary: The facts of countless cases prove that both the virus and the vaccine have had a serious adverse effect on the health of pregnant women and newborn babies. The spread of the virus has extended to our next generation. More and more people are seeking the truth and antidote to resist the spread of the virus. We unswervingly spread the truth and arouse people’s conscience until the virus is defeated.


According to the latest statistics released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) of the States, on November 19th, among the over 1.2 million baby birth records between March 2020 and September 2021, uninfected pregnant women have a stillbirth rate of 0.64%, while 1.26% of 21,653 confirmed pregnant women have a stillbirth.

In terms of conversion, pregnant women infected with the COVID-19 are 1.9 times more likely to have a stillbirth than undiagnosed pregnant women. What is concerning is that if compare the cases before and after the outbreak of Delta Variant in July, the gap between them has widened to 4 times. This study does not prove that Delta Variant will cause more fetal deaths, but obstetricians are experiencing significant differences in oxygen absorption by more and more fetuses. The key behind this situation is whether the mother is infected. 

Overall, the Delta Variant may be fatal to the mothers, especially those underlying health problems.


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