Information about COVID-19 vaccines and pregnancy

To help answer some common questions on COVID-19 vaccines, pregnancy and infertility, the WA Government has teamed up with popular medical commentator Dr Karl on this series of You’ve Got Questions videos.

For more information on receiving your COVID-19 vaccination during pregnancy, see the guide for pregnant women (external website) or speak to your GP.

Can the COVID-19 vaccines cause infertility?

Dr Karl explains how this myth came about, and why the COVID-19 vaccines definitely do not cause infertility.

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Can I get vaccinated if I am pregnant?

Pregnant women have a higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19. The vaccine protects the health of both them and their unborn child – therefore it is recommended pregnant women receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

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