Early results from several studies suggest that pregnant women vaccinated against COVID-19 may pass some immunity to their babies.
They found that pregnant women who received an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine had:
Intriguing detail: Moms who received the Moderna jab had higher levels of the “IgA” antibody, which helps protect breastfed babies against respiratory diseases.
Does that mean better protection for babies through breast milk? “This is a question that needs to be examined,” said study co-author Andrea Edlow of Harvard Medical School.
The Washington Post