The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has said that 116 million babies are expected to be born worldwide during the new Novel Coronavirus disease Code 19.
In a report released on International Mother’s Day (which is being celebrated on May 10), the World Health Organization said that in the next 40 weeks (or 9 months) after March 11 was declared a global epidemic in various countries Babies are likely to be born where the medical system and medical supplies are already under pressure as a result of the epidemic.
New mothers and newborns will face bitter realities, including lockdowns and curfews, while medical centers are already facing a shortage of medical equipment and maternity support staff, the statement said. included.
“Millions of mothers around the world are embarking on the journey of motherhood in this world, they too must be prepared for the life that is about to become part of the world, a world where mothers are infected with the virus,” said Henrietta Foure, UNICEF Executive Director. Will be afraid to go to medical centers to avoid the risk of or lockdowns and medical services will be under pressure due to emergency care.
The World Health Organization warns that measures to prevent code 19 could affect life-saving services such as childbirth, putting millions of pregnant women and their babies at risk.
India tops the list of countries with the highest number of births in the next nine months at 21 million, followed by China at 13.5 million, Nigeria at 6.4 million, Pakistan at 5 million and Indonesia. I could have 4 million babies.
The World Health Organization (WHO) said the death toll from most of the deaths was much higher than before the epidemic and that there was a risk of further increase as a result of Code 19.
The statement said developed countries could also be affected by the crisis, with the United States sixth on the list, where 3.3 million babies are expected to be born between March 11 and December 16, according to the New York Administration on Alternative Birth Centers. Is considering because many pregnant women are worried about going to the hospital.
The World Health Organization warns that although the evidence suggests that pregnant women are not as affected by Code 19 as other areas, countries should ensure that they are provided with all medical services.
Although it has not yet been established that the mother can transmit the corona virus to her baby during pregnancy, the World Health Organization has advised all pregnant women to take all precautionary measures to protect themselves from the Echo virus. Examine carefully and seek medical attention if you experience any symptoms or concerns.
Practice social distance and use online medical services if possible.
Seek medical attention immediately if you are infected with the virus or come from a highly infected area during which you have a fever, cough or difficulty breathing.
“It’s a very difficult Mother’s Day because many families have been separated by the Corona virus epidemic, but it’s also a time of unity, a time that can bring everyone together in solidarity, to save lives,” said Henrietta Foure. I can help by making sure that every pregnant woman is provided with the support she needs to have a safe birth. ”