In Chiba prefecture, a pregnant woman infected with the new corona virus could not be hospitalized, and after giving birth at home and her baby died, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo gave priority to pregnant women and their spouses. I decided to set up an opportunity for vaccination and started accepting it from the 25th.

This initiative was started in Katsushika-ku, Tokyo, in response to the fact that a pregnant woman infected with the new corona could not be hospitalized in Kashiwa City, Chiba Prefecture, and she gave birth at home and her baby died.



Reservation is accepted by phone from the 25th, and the target is pregnant women who have a resident card in the ward, pregnant women who are returning to the ward for childbirth, spouses living with pregnant women, etc. Partner.



The ward has a policy of starting vaccination at the mass inoculation venue from the 29th of this month, and has set a reservation frame for 90 people, but it is a policy to add a reservation frame if the capacity is exceeded.



In addition, in Tokyo, Shinjuku Ward and Koto Ward are scheduled to start accepting priority vaccinations for pregnant women from the 27th, and there is an active movement to prioritize vaccinations for pregnant women who are prone to becoming severely ill.



Katsushika City said, "There have been voices of anxiety from pregnant women that they cannot make reservations for vaccination. With the increase in infections among pregnant women, we have secured an opportunity for all pregnant women to receive vaccination. I want to do it. "

Inoculation begins at hospitals in Minato Ward

A hospital specializing in maternal and child medical care in Minato-ku, Tokyo began vaccination of pregnant women attending the hospital on the 25th.



A pregnant woman who was infected with the new corona virus in Chiba prefecture and was receiving medical treatment at home could not find a place to be hospitalized and gave birth at home and her baby died. Aiiku Hospital, a hospital specializing in maternal and child care, began vaccination on the 25th for pregnant women who are 28 weeks pregnant or later, who are their family doctors.



Reservations are made using the hospital's dedicated dial, and Aiiku Hospital hopes to expand the scope of vaccination to pregnant women and partners who are less than 28 weeks pregnant if there is no delay in the supply of vaccines.

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