Johns Hopkins Medicine also agrees with the recommendations made by the US CDC. They also said that the benefits of getting the vaccine “far outweighs” the risks³.
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) also strongly recommends COVID-19 vaccination among pregnant women. They say a growing number of data do not show any safety concern.⁴
Official Recommendations From The Department of Health⁵,⁶
Is COVID vaccine safe for pregnant women? According to Department of Health and Philippine Obstetrical and Gynecological Society, pregnancy is not a contraindication to getting the vaccine. They also mentioned that pregnant women can get the vaccine with precautions due to limited data. They also mentioned that it’s better for pregnant mothers to get their shot after the first trimester.
The DOH also mentioned that it’s better for pregnant mothers to get their shot after the first trimester.
Finally, they said pregnant and breastfeeding mothers SHOULD NOT get the Gamaleya vaccine.