Many women who are currently expecting have decided to hold off on getting the COVID-19 vaccine, and I can't blame them.

When it comes to our kids, we'll do anything and everything to keep them safe. This begins during pregnancy. Just ask any pregnant woman who has radically changed their lifestyle for nine months to ensure optimum health for their little one.

So it's no surprise that pregnant women have no plans on taking the COVID-19 vaccine, at least none of the pregnant women I have talked to. There are just too many unanswered questions in regards to the vaccine, many of the expecting mothers I know are planning on getting their vaccine after the dust settles and their little one is safely in their arms.

Now, clinical trials are underway to give Americans those answers.

Medical Director of MedPharmics Dr. Robert Jeanfreau said they are looking to recruit participants at this time. They are looking for healthy children and pregnant women to participate in the trials. Speaking on the safety of the vaccine, Jeanfreau says, "This is how we definitively prove safety is by doing these studies but based on what we have so far it seems reasonably safe.”

If "reasonable safe" seems like a greenlight to you and you want to help, and you fit the criteria, you can sign up by clicking HERE.

For children, they are looking for ages 6 months-17 years. For pregnant women, they are looking for those who are 24 to 34 weeks along.

 

 

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