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COVID-19 vaccines and pregnancy

We have developed a range of information for healthcare professionals and pregnant women eligible for COVID-19 vaccination.

Pregnant women currently offered COVID-19 vaccination include health and social care workers and those with high risk medical conditions.

Resources and FAQs

Training resources for healthcare professionals

  • Watch this short video from RCOG’s COVID-19 vaccine lead, Professor Lucy Chappell, on what healthcare professionals need to know about the different steps to consider around COVID-19 vaccination and pregnancy
  • View the RCP/RCOG COVID-19: vaccines and pregnancy webinar (Wednesday 10 March). This free webinar provides an opportunity to hear about the latest information and research on COVID-19 vaccination in pregnancy. In order to view the webinar you will need to register with the RCP website. The webinar will be available for sixty days from 10 March.

Monitoring vaccination in pregnancy (for vaccination that occurred prior to 1st April 2021)

If you are a healthcare professional and have met a woman who has been vaccinated in pregnancy up to and including 31 March 2021, please ensure this is centrally recorded to your UKOSS reporter for the joint UKOSS/UKTIS study. After this date, data is being routinely collected about pregnancy at the time of vaccination.

Pregnant women who have been vaccinated can report directly to UKTIS via their telephone line 0344 892 0909 (open 9-5pm Mon-Fri) or to:

Other reporting systems for healthcare professionals for inadvertent vaccination: