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Getting a Covid Vaccine While Breastfeeding Protects Your Baby

Repeated studies reveal Covid antibodies in the breastmilk of people who have been vaccinated

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More evidence now shows that people who get the Moderna or Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine while breastfeeding produce protective antibodies against the SARS-CoV-2 virus in their breastmilk, which is then passed…




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Tara Haelle

Tara Haelle

Tara Haelle is a science journalist, public speaker, and author of Vaccination Investigation and The Informed Parent. Follow her at @tarahaelle.

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