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The general practitioner ordered that the AstraZeneca Covid vaccine be canceled according to the plan for the pregnant woman

General practitioners should cancel all AstraZeneca vaccination plans for pregnant women, NHS England said.

Instead, patients should be given an injection of Pfizer or Moderna jab, the report said in a letter sent to practice facilities on April 17.

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General practitioners have been ordered not to give the AstraZeneca vaccine to pregnant womenCredit: Getty

It came after the Joint Commission on Immunization and Immunization (JCVI), said Friday that pregnant women should now be given Covid jab.

The NHS England said in its letter that “all vaccination sites should have screening procedures” to better determine pregnancy in patients.

And if a dying mother has already received the first dose of any vaccine – including the AstraZeneca vaccine – then the second dose will “continue as planned,” it added.

This is in line with the Green Book, which states that if “a woman finds out she is pregnant after starting a series of immunizations, she can complete the vaccination during pregnancy using the same a vaccine product (unless indicated) “.

Health professionals should still discuss the risks and benefits of vaccination with each pregnant woman who comes to be vaccinated, the written letter, and where necessary the person should be referred to an obstetrician, midwives or group of general practitioners for more guidance Report pulse.

The NHS England also recommends that PCN facilities administer Pfizer vaccination to eligible pregnant women through oversupply from second-dose clinics in the first instance.

It comes after the JCVI guidelines recommend that pregnant women in the UK should be offered the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine if available.

“There are no specific safety concerns identified with any brand of coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccine associated with pregnancy,” it said in a statement on Friday.

“Actual data from the United States shows that about 90,000 pregnant women have been vaccinated, mostly mRNA vaccines including Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna, without any safety concerns yet. “

JCVI added that there is no “evidence” that other vaccines are not safe for pregnant women, but said “more research is needed”.


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