With most pregnant women unvaccinated, doctors worry about virus’s toll

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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

ATLANTA — Kyndal Nipper started the morning with a sense of relief. To the eight-months pregnant, 29-year-old from Columbus, it seemed that her bout with COVID-19 had ended and she had made it through the illness with only mild symptoms: a low-grade fever, fatigue and a loss of taste and smell. She felt better than she had in days as she resumed her normal routine. But, as morning gave way to afternoon, she noticed that her baby wasn’t moving as much he usually did. Maybe not at all. She ate a snack and drank a caffeinated beverage to stimulate movement. Still nothing. Out of an abundance of c…

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