Babies born to moms with COVID-19 may have antibodies, but scope of protection is unclear

Babies born to moms with COVID-19 may have antibodies, but scope of protection is unclear

The Jakarta Post-Lifestyle·2020-11-30 15:02

Although babies of women infected with COVID-19 during their pregnancies have been born with antibodies, it remains unclear if this means the baby is immune to the coronavirus or how long the immunity would last.

Earlier this month, Mrs Celine Ng-Chan, 31, gave birth to her second child and was told by her son's pediatrician that he has antibodies against the virus.

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