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Birth at a time of national emergency: from the second world war to coronavirus

Birth at a time of national emergency: from the second world war to coronavirus
Women the world over have had their pregnancy and birth experiences drastically altered as a result of the global pandemic. In the UK, the NHS had to quickly put measures in place to ensure that it could safely continue to treat those in most need. This has meant a scaling back of routine services and a hold on all non-emergency treatment. Yet babies have continued to be born.