Two unvaccinated moms die from Covid in just weeks after giving birth to their babies at the same hospital.

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The deaths of the last year at the close of the year are being considered as “serious incidents”, have both been reported to the Royal Stoke University Hospital’s board

Two unvaccinated women were killed just weeks after giving birth in the same hospital. They had both been struck with coronavirus.

The deaths of the last year at the close of the year are being considered as “serious incidents”, have been reported to the Royal Stoke University Hospital’s board.

One case involved a mother who died 24 days after a Hartshill emergency c-section. StokeonTrentLive Reports

The mum was Covid positive, and had not been vaccinated.

Another tragic incident involved a second woman who was not vaccinated and died shortly after contracting Covid. This happened just two months after she gave birth.

The woman was black, and therefore at greater risk for dying from Covid. In response, the hospital revised its safety netting advice to include higher risk factors such as ethnicity.

This is despite the fact that 26.1% of women who use the hospital’s maternity services for their babies are not vaccinated, despite a prominent public health campaign.

Sarah Jamieson, director of midwifery, said: “Several actions have come out of this very tragic case, such as a Covid surveillance pathway for pregnant women who are Covid-positive, which includes the development of a triage service for those women.”

The hospital also announced that they have implemented a revised Covid care plan in obstetrics and that there is a requirement for a consultant obstetrician to review all pregnant or newly pregnant in-patients suffering from suspected or confirmed Covid at the very least once a day.

Mirror published last month a study that found pregnant women who had caught Covid were twice and three times more likely than others to have serious complications.

According to Kaiser Permanente, a California-based health care consortium, Coronavirus can also increase the risk of premature births, acute respiratory distress syndromes, and sepsis.

According to data, a fifth (fiveth) of patients in intensive care in the UK are not having the jab.

Researchers discovered that infected patients were three times more likely than others to have a bloodclot. This is also known medically as an thromboembolism.

Thromboembolism may cause a blockage of the main artery or other complications that could lead to life-threatening consequences.

Researchers found that the coronavirus increased the risk of severe maternal illnesses by two-and-a half times.