“We are so worried about our pregnant patients and the degree of severe illness that we can see,” said Dr. Bronwen Kahn, Maternal Fetal Medicine specialist at Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical Center and Obstetrix Medical Group of Colorado. “When women become ill with COVID, after about 24 to 26 weeks, there is a higher risk for pregnancy complications.”

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