Reported: Nearly all of the pregnant women using ventilators with Covid aren’t vaccinated. A heartbroken father believes his child might be still alive if she was vaccinated

  • In the last eight months, more than 500 pregnant women or mothers who just gave birth to a baby were seen in ICU England.
  • Experts have issued further warnings as a result of 25% of women who are pregnant receiving the vaccine.
  • Report of Intensive Care National Research and Audit Centre (May 1, 2012 to December 24, 2013): 118 women who were recently, or currently pregnant, admitted to ICU at this time were placed on ventilators in less than 24 hours.
  • The virus claimed the lives of 15 people, while 24 others are still being treated in ICU. Data reveals that the average age of Covid-positive pregnant women in ICU was 32. 

Official data shows that dozens of new and pregnant mothers fight for their life against Covid in the NHS’ intensive care units.

According to doctors, almost all cases of women on ventilators who have not been immunized are those in which they are not being vaccinated. If the woman had been jabbed their condition would have prevented them from becoming life-threatening.

In the eight past months, more than 500 pregnant women and mothers who just gave birth to babies have been admitted to ICU. 

With only 25 percent of pregnant women receiving the vaccine, experts are advising against further vaccinations.

The report by the Intensive Care National Audit and Research Centre reveals that 118 out of the 558 women in ICU were either pregnant or just recently became pregnant during the 24-hour period.

Tragically, 15 died and 24 others are currently in ICU fighting the disease. According to data, Covid is only 32 years old in ICU for pregnant women.

Dozens of pregnant women and new mothers are fighting for their lives against Covid in NHS intensive care units, official data reveals. Doctors say in nearly every case, women who are being kept alive on ventilators are unvaccinated and their life-threatening condition could have been 'almost completely preventable' if they had been jabbed. (File image)

Official data shows that dozens of mothers and pregnant women are fighting to survive in the NHS’s intensive care units against Covid. According to doctors, nearly all of the cases in which women are kept alive by ventilators have not been given vaccinations. This could have prevented their potentially life-threatening situation. (File image)

Experts suggest that this population may be at greater risk of contracting the virus from having children.

Omicron is not yet known if it poses any greater risks to pregnant women or mothers than other strains. However, doctors worry about low vaccine uptake rates in this group.

Patrick O’Brien (a University College Hospital London NHS Trust Gynaecologist) said that almost all women are unvaccinated when they have Covid-infected pregnant women.

“We are not yet certain what will happen to Omicron, but we know from experience that other variants can cause more serious disease in pregnancies.”

He said, “We will not really know until the next two-to three weeks what this latest variant is going do.”

“But, it’s just an awful situation to see someone in intensive care, pregnant, and being ventilated. Because you know that they could have avoided it if they had the vaccine. This is nearly always preventable.

Because of the extra strain placed on the body by pregnancy, he said that new mothers could be more at risk for Covid up to six weeks following birth.

According to doctors, mothers-to be are refusing the vaccination out of concern for the safety of their child and the safety it poses.

However, the Royal College has found that stillbirths in pregnant women with Covid are two-fold more likely than if they have not been vaccinated.

One-in-five people with severe Covid may need a preterm delivery. 

Separate data from earlier in the year showed that nearly half of all ICU Covid patients were unvaccinated.

Marian Knight is a professor of maternal and infant population health at Oxford’s National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit. She said that while it was concerning to see Covid’s outcomes in pregnancy getting worse, the data that show vaccination provides strong protection against serious illness should give women some comfort. 

“Vaccination is the best protection for you and your baby. We now know that vaccines can protect your baby from disease by crossing the placenta.

According to a father of a 24-year-old, my daughter could still be living if she had been vaccinated.

Daily Mail, by James Tozer 

Her devastated father yesterday said that her mother would likely have survived if coronavirus had not taken control of her body.

Sadie Exley was 24 when her baby girl, Sadie Exley became sick with migraines.

A blood clot was found in her lung and she was later diagnosed as having Covid. 

Sadie Exley, 24, was pregnant with her second child when she suddenly started suffering from migraines and chest pain. (She is pictured with her two-year-old daughter Harper)

Sadie Exley (24), was expecting her second child and suddenly began experiencing chest pains, migraines, and nausea. Harper is her 2-year-old girl.

After her condition worsened, she was admitted to the hospital a week later. She had become paralysed one side.

The worker at the shop was taken into Leeds General Infirmary, but tragically succumbed to a brain hemorhage earlier this month.

Doctors were able save Elliot’s baby boy, who was born by caesarean at 29 weeks and weighed just 2 lbs 1 oz. 

David her father stated that doctors told David that he believed she’d be still here if she wasn’t taken in by anti vaxxer misinformation. 

According to the 57 year-old, “Covid does many things.” It targets your weak points within your body.

Exley claimed that his daughter didn’t get vaccinated, as Elliot had watched YouTube videos against the idea.

Miss Exley, who worked at B&M in her home town of Batley, West Yorkshire, was also mother to two-year-old girl, Harper.

Thankfully, doctors were able to save her baby son Elliot (above) who was delivered by caesarean section at 29 weeks weighing just 2lbs 1oz

Doctors were able save Elliot’s baby boy (above), who was born by caesarean at 29 weeks and weighed just 2lbs 1oz