The issue of COVID-19 vaccination in pregnancy has, understandably, received a lot of attention. Much of the dialogue has centered on a lack of data since pregnancy people and young children were excluded from the original clinical trials which is typical of considered vulnerable.
As of 2/4/2021, over 10,000 pregnant people have received Covid-19 vaccines in the U.S, thus far, and there have been no adverse events or negative outcomes. They will continue be closely monitored.
Further, many medical groups including the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG), the Society of Maternal-Fetal Medicine, and the Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine say the vaccine should be offered to pregnant women. The American Society for Reproductive Medicine actually recommends the vaccine for those who are pregnant or considering pregnancy.
The only vaccines that are contraindicated in pregnancy contain live or attenuated virus. The current approved COVID-19vaccines DO NOT contain ANY live virus.
Major medical associations acknowledge that the potential risks for severe illness from COVID-19 in pregnancy far overweigh the risks of vaccination.