1. Pregnant women face birth alone during coronavirus  CBS News
  2. Coronavirus & Pregnancy: Hospitals Create New Delivery Room Policies To Slow Spread  NBC News
  3. I'm due to give birth in three weeks. Here's why I'm not panicking  Sydney Morning Herald
  4. Midwives see uptick as hospitals restrict visitors  41 Action News
  5. Coronavirus Australia: Can women still give birth in hospital?  NEWS.com.au
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"I have been an emotional wreck about all of it," one first-time mother said."I have been an emotional wreck about all of it," one first-time mother said.

Pregnant women face birth alone during coronavirus - CBS News

Lauren Wildschut is facing the prospect of giving birth without her husband as her family has been impacted by the UK's lockdown.Lauren Wildschut is facing the prospect of giving birth without her husband as her family has been impacted by the UK's lockdown.

Coronavirus: 'Heartbroken' pregnant woman faces giving birth alone due to COVID-19 | UK News | Sky News

Experts say the advice will help women 'make an informed choice' Experts say the advice will help women 'make an informed choice'

Government updates coronavirus advice for pregnant women working in NHS and other key roles - Manchester Evening News

“Midwives are seeing a surge in pregnant women scared to give birth at local hospitals because of coronavirus: https://t.co/o7QraHxgx5 They're either afraid of contracting it/affecting their baby or don't want to abide by the current restricted visitor policies.”

Katherine Hafner on Twitter: "Midwives are seeing a surge in pregnant women scared to give birth at local hospitals because of coronavirus: https://t.co/o7QraHxgx5 They're either afraid of contracting it/affecting their baby or don't want to abide by the current restricted visitor policies."

“Grateful to have been given the opportunity to tell the stories of pregnant women (including one whose due date was the day after we talked!) and how coronavirus has impacted their pregnancy/childbirth experience: https://t.co/CC4Ms90lRe via @azcentral”

BrieAnna J. Frank 🌵 on Twitter: "Grateful to have been given the opportunity to tell the stories of pregnant women (including one whose due date was the day after we talked!) and how coronavirus has impacted their pregnancy/childbirth experience: https://t.co/CC4Ms90lRe via @azcentral"

“To help remove some doubt from expecting mothers, as well as those who recently gave birth, my colleagues and I urge the CDC to conduct further research on the intersection between Coronavirus and pregnancy. #EndCOVID19 https://t.co/yHAGidINLG”

Brenda Lawrence on Twitter: "To help remove some doubt from expecting mothers, as well as those who recently gave birth, my colleagues and I urge the CDC to conduct further research on the intersection between Coronavirus and pregnancy. #EndCOVID19 https://t.co/yHAGidINLG"

“Calling all pregnant women & new mums - send us your #coronavirus Qs we’ll get some expert advice for you tomorrow @SkyNews Is it better to have a home birth? Are birth partners still allowed in hospital with you? My baby needs jabs and I can’t get an appointment what do I do?”

Sarah-Jane Mee on Twitter: "Calling all pregnant women & new mums - send us your #coronavirus Qs we’ll get some expert advice for you tomorrow @SkyNews Is it better to have a home birth? Are birth partners still allowed in hospital with you? My baby needs jabs and I can’t get an appointment what do I do?"

The birth of a child is a pivotal moment. One that is often shared between spouses, even grandparents and siblings.The birth of a child is a pivotal moment. One that is often shared between spouses, even grandparents and siblings.

Pregnant women are being forced to give birth alone as hospitals restrict visitors during coronavirus | WBNS-10TV Columbus, Ohio | Columbus News, Weather & Sports

Pregnant women are expected to be able to give birth normally in hospital despite the growing coronavirus pandemic, one of Australia's top doctors has said. Pregnant women are expected to be able to give birth normally in hospital despite the growing coronavirus pandemic, one of Australia's top doctors has said.

Coronavirus Australia: Can women still give birth in hospital?