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Delay pregnancy for two years: Papua New Guinea doctor delivers coronavirus warning

Fears over Covid-19 have seen pregnant women turned away from hospitals, leading to the death of at least one baby, as national army barracks go into lockdown A leading Papua New Guinean obstetrician has advised women in that country not to fall pregnant for up to two years, saying fears of Covid-19 transmission have seen pregnant women turned away from hospitals, resulting in the death of at least one baby. The warning comes as Papua New Guinea’s military headquarters remains in lockdown after a spate of coronavirus cases. But reports from inside the barracks suggest lockdown measures are not being adhered to, raising concerns of a wider outbreak. Continue reading...
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