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  •   Home > News > Health & Safety

    Pregnant women are being advised to talk to their midwives if they have concerns around COVID-19

    Pregnant women are being advised to talk to their midwives if they have concerns around COVID-19


    New Zealand has 83 new cases, taking the total of confirmed and probable cases to 451.

    12 people are in hospital, and two are in intensive care - with one person on a ventilator.

    A Ministry of Health spokesperson says routine and urgent visits with a midwife are still necessary during lockdown.

    The spokesperson says midwives will do as much of the consultation as possible over the phone or by video conferencing.

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