The CDC recommends a pregnant person should be vaccinated against Whooping Cough and the Flu to protect herself and her baby.
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COVID-19 vaccinations are also recommended for those who are breastfeeding, pregnant, trying to get pregnant now, or might become pregnant in the future. Learn more about its safety and effectiveness, along with commonly asked questions, here: COVID-19 Vaccines While Pregnant and Breastfeeding
To find a COVID-19 vaccine near you, please visit Colusa County Public Health’s Vaccine Clinic webpage, or Vaccines.gov.
After your baby is born, your doctor may recommend you get certain vaccines you could not receive while pregnant. Postpartum vaccination will help protect you from getting sick, and it will pass some antibodies to your baby through breastmilk: Vaccines after Pregnancy
You should also make sure those around your baby are up to date on their whooping cough vaccinations, as your baby is most likely to catch it from someone at home: Surround Your Baby With Protection