Study says COVID-19 vaxx protects pregnant women AND newborns. Social media has thoughts…

More than three years since COVID-19 was designated as a pandemic, and months after the pandemic was declared to be over, a new study published in the journal “Vaccine” claims getting the COVID jab or boosters of the shot while pregnant can offer benefits to both the mother and the unborn baby.

“Researchers from the Infectious Diseases Clinical Research Consortium (IDCRC) analyzed data from the Multisite Observational Maternal and Infant Study for COVID-19 (MOMI-VAX), which began in June 2021,” Fox News Digital reports. “The MOMI-VAX study was funded by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health.”

According to the study’s authors, “Our study supports that COVID-19 vaccination, and particularly booster doses, should be strongly recommended during pregnancy for maternal and neonatal protection.”

The problem is, after years of anecdotal horror stories, government-level censorship, and a series of what we now know were lies, many who were once labeled as “conspiracy theorists” simply don’t trust The Science or those who are pushing it.

“Democrats are STILL trying to suck people into getting the shot!” exclaimed one person on X. “How could they think Americans will buy into this ‘story’ after all we’ve seen!”

“The study tracked the levels of COVID antibodies in pregnant women who had received either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines,” according to Fox. “It also checked antibody levels in their cord blood after childbirth.”

Samples of blood from 240 pregnant participants and their newborn babies were studied. Among the group were 167 pregnant women who had submitted to the two-dose vaccine series and 73 who had gone back for a booster.

“The women who received the vaccines were found to have antibodies against multiple COVID variants, including Delta and Omicron, according to the journal entry discussing the study findings,” Fox reports. “Their cord blood also contained the antibodies, confirming that they had crossed the placenta to offer protection for newborns.”

Researchers found “substantially more antibodies” in those women who had received a booster shot.

Fox News medical contributor Dr. Marc Siegel wasn’t involved with the study, but he did praise the benefits of prenatal vaccination.

“Multiple studies have shown that COVID vaccination is safe during pregnancy and decreases the severity of illness if you get COVID while pregnant,” he told Fox News Digital.”This latest research shows antibody response to vaccination in not only the pregnant woman but also in the newborn, which strongly implies transferred protection to the baby.”

The thing is, many on X now trust Fox News about as much as they trust The Science.

“Stunned that Fox would perpetuate this garbage!!!” stated one X user.

“Who paid you to publish the article?!” another asked the outlet.

How can they be allowed to push the experimental mrna poison injections onto pregnant women?!?” a third demanded to know. “Lawyers, prepare your Lawsuits! .@FoxNews will surely pay for this?”

At least one apparent lawyer is doing just that.

“Just here for the ratio,” wrote one X user. “Also, happy to help with the law suits.”

“Fox is renowned for rolling over on law suits so if you are a woman who suffered a miscarriage after receiving a COVID vaccine based on Fox News propaganda please let me know,” the user continued. “We can help you with your case.”


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