Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Maternal transmission of COVID-19 to baby during pregnancy is uncommon

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This shows a pregnant womanA systematic review of 49 studies reveals neonatal coronavirus infection is uncommon, and also commonly asymptomatic in infected babies. Data also showed infection rates were no higher when a baby was born vaginally, as opposed to delivered via cesarean section, breastfed, or allowed immediate contact with the mother after birth.