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Local doctors see alarming COVID-19 trends tied to pregnant women and babies

Idaho Statesman

As our state continues to deal with a surge of COVID-19 cases, Idaho doctors are seeing alarming trends tied to COVID-19 cases in pregnant women—including maternal deaths, increase incidences of stillbirth and neonatal intensive care unit patients that are sicker than usual.

Idaho Matters is joined by Dr. Stacy Seyb, who works at St. Luke's Magic Valley as a specialist in high risk pregnancies.

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