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COVID-19 &
Maternal Health

a consolidated list of information and resources related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) and maternal health.

Whether you’re a new mom, a mother-to-be, a physician, midwife, or doula, or simply interested in information, on this page you will find a consolidated list of information and resources related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) and maternal health.

GENERAL INFORMATION ON CORONAVIRUS, PREGNANCY, AND CHILDBIRTH

Click in to the below resources for information from trusted sources.  Every Mother Counts will do our best to regularly update and add as new materials become available.

The CDC’s most up-to-date information on coronavirus-related considerations for pregnant women, pregnancy and delivery, infants, and breastfeeding. VISIT RESOURCE→

Guidance from the World Health Organization on the implications of COVID-19 for expecting and new mothers. VISIT RESOURCE→

Answers to frequently asked questions from physicians. VISIT RESOURCE→

A summary of research about COVID-19 during pregnancy, the impact of social distancing on prenatal care, and considerations for pregnant women and the COVID-19 vaccine. VISIT RESOURCE→

A timely article from ProPublica’s “Lost Mothers” series, compiling answers to questions and considerations for expecting mothers amidst the coronavirus pandemic. VISIT RESOURCE→

Frequently updated answers to pressing questions for expecting mothers. VISIT RESOURCE→

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Resources and information on COVID-19 for people in the postpartum period. VISIT RESOURCE→

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RESOURCES FOR MATERNITY CARE PROVIDERS

Click in to the below resources for information from trusted sources.  Every Mother Counts will do our best to regularly update and add as new materials become available.

Considerations for maternity care workers in providing care to pregnant women during the COVID-19 pandemic. VISIT RESOURCE→

Continually updated resource list for clinical practice, home birth and birth centers, and midwifery education information, as well as links to ACNM’s COVID-19 response town hall series. VISIT RESOURCE→

Communications to obstetric care providers on coronavirus (COVID-19) and how best to advise pregnant women. Information that will be continually updated on their website.  VISIT RESOURCE→

A toolkit for doulas on how to continue to support clients and stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. VISIT RESOURCE→

Answers to frequently asked questions about implications of COVID-19 in providing maternity care to pregnant women. VISIT RESOURCE→

Infection and prevention control considerations for healthcare facilities providing obstetric care to pregnant patients, with either confirmed or suspected COVID-19. VISIT RESOURCE→

Up-to-date information from Johns Hopkins University experts in global public health, infectious disease, and emergency preparedness on the international response to COVID-19. VISIT RESOURCE→

Global updates and information from the leading United Nations agency on international health about the COVD-19 pandemic, including advice for the public, mythbusters, and daily situation reports. VISIT RESOURCE→

Webinars and guidance on preparing birth centers for the COVID-19 pandemic. VISIT RESOURCE→

A recorded webinar from a leading maternity care quality improvement organization, providing hospital maternal and neonatal units with practical recommendations and considerations from the experiences of Stanford-affiliated providers. VISIT RESOURCE→

A landing page for COVID-19 and pregnancy-related research and advisories for medical professionals. VISIT RESOURCE→

Insight from Monica McLemore on how the COVID-19 pandemic inequitably impacts pregnant and birthing people. VISIT RESOURCE→

GENERAL INFORMATION ON COVID-19

Up-to-date information from Johns Hopkins University experts in global public health, infectious disease, and emergency preparedness on the international response to COVID-19. VISIT RESOURCE→

Global updates and information from the leading United Nations agency on international health about the COVD-19 pandemic, including advice for the public, mythbusters, and daily situation reports. VISIT RESOURCE→

Be sure to keep connected to your community as well. Contact your state and local health departments for the most up-to-date information about where you live. For example, with the New York State Department of Health, New York City Health, or the California Department of Public Health.

Disclaimer: Information and recommendations about COVID-19 are changing more rapidly than this page can be updated. Last updated 3/27/2020.

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