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Covid vaccine does not affect fertility but misinformation persists – The Guardian

Scientists emphasise safety but younger women still hesitant




Vaccines and immunisationScientists emphasise safety but younger women still hesitant
Amy Taylor was chatting to friends over a Zoom drink when the conversation took an unexpected turn. One of the group all in their early 30s, mostly university-educated and in professional jobs mentioned that she had concerns about the Covid vaccine because she wanted to try for a baby in the next year or two.
I was surprised when others said they were also a bit anxious. Then I started thinking maybe I should be…

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