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Why The Rotunda Hospital Say They’re Keeping Restrictions In Place

Low Covid vaccination rates among pregnant women and their partners are behind the ongoing restri...

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08.49 11 Aug 2021


Why The Rotunda Hospital Say They’re Keeping Restrictions In Place


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08.49 11 Aug 2021


Low Covid vaccination rates among pregnant women and their partners are behind the ongoing restrictions.  That’s what the Rotunda Maternity Hospital has said, claiming 60% of couples coming through their doors are not fully vaccinated. For more on these ongoing restrictions at the Rotunda Maternity Hospital, we spoke to Peter Boylan Former Master of Holles Street National Maternity Hospital, and Linda Kelly, campaigner for Better Maternity Care who gave birth during lockdown.

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