CDC Director Recognizes Confusion Over COVID 19 Booster Vaccines


“The original data that showed us that the vaccines were safe and effective excluded pregnant people,” Miller said. “So, the national organizations had to temper their recommendation since they had no data on pregnancy — the recommendation was to individualize that decision making based on that person’s risk as far as SARS-COV2 acquisition. We would individualize and not withhold the vaccine, but we didn’t feel like we could initially recommend it just because we had no data. Now we have data that the vaccine works in pregnant people, reduces their risk of COVID-19, and we don’t see any signals that there’s an increased risk of adverse pregnancy outcomes. And so now that we have these data we can say the benefits of the vaccine outweigh the risks.”

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