COVID-19, But not HIV Infection, Is Associated With Increased Maternal Mortality in High-Risk Pregnancies Among South African Women

March 6-10, 2021; Virtual
Among South African women COVID-19 was associated with an increased maternal mortality rate in high-risk pregnancy but pregnancy and neonatal outcomes were generally similar with vs without HIV infection.
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Released: March 12, 2021

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