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Who is Carrie Symonds?(Carrie Johnson, 33, reveals she’s had her second Covid jab as she promises other mums-to-be the vaccines are safe for them and their babies ) Wiki, Bio, Age, Instagram, Twitter & Quick Facts

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Who is Carrie Symonds ?

Boris Johnson’s wife, Carrie, announced that she received her second coronavirus vaccine while pregnant with their second child.

She took to social media on Saturday to reassure other pregnant women who may be eager to get the vaccine that she ‘feels good’ and urges others to do the same.

The 33-year-old mother-to-be and the prime minister revealed that they are expecting a baby before Christmas after losing a child earlier this year.

Boris Johnson’s wife, Carrie announced that she received her second coronavirus vaccine while she was pregnant with her second child.

How old is Carrie Symonds ?

She is 33 year old.

She took to social media on Saturday to reassure other pregnant women who may be anxious about getting the vaccine that she is ‘feeling great’

On Instagram this afternoon, he wrote: ‘I just got my second jab and I feel great!

‘I know there are a lot of pregnant women who are eager to get the Covid vaccine, but the evidence is incredibly reassuring.

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“Most importantly, the data shows that there is no increased risk of miscarriage, something that definitely worried me.

“Nearly 200,000 pregnant women in the UK and US have received the recommended Pfizer and Moderna vaccines during pregnancy, with no safety concerns.

How does the coronavirus affect pregnant women?

“The Royal College of Midwives has said that pregnant women are at a higher risk of serious illness if they contract Covid, so getting vaccinated is really the best way to keep you and your baby safe.”

Health chiefs have been urging pregnant women to be beaten after July data showed only one in 10 people had come forward.

Severe illness due to Covid-19 is rare in pregnant women, but is more likely late in pregnancy.

Pregnant women who contract a symptomatic COVID-19 infection are 2 to 3 times more likely to deliver their baby prematurely.

Women in the UK are advised to get the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines because these vaccines have been given to more than 130,000 pregnant women in the US and the data has not raised any safety concerns.

Gill Walton, Executive Director of the Royal College of Midwives, said: “We are seeing an increasing number of pregnant women admitted to hospital with serious illnesses, almost all unvaccinated.

‘Pregnant women are at increased risk of serious illness if they contract COVID, and those with severe COVID are twice as likely to experience a stillbirth and three times as likely to have a premature baby. Getting the vaccine is the best way to protect you and your baby.

“Very often, we mark the pregnancy benchmarks in weeks, the baby’s size at 12 or 22 weeks. Now we have a new benchmark: eight weeks between the first puncture and the second.

“If you have any concerns or questions, talk to her midwife, who will help you make the right decision for you and your baby.”

Covid hospitalization rates were rising rapidly among unvaccinated expectant mothers.

As of July 23, data showed that so far 51,724 pregnant women in England have received at least one dose and 20,648 women have received two. At the time, around 600,000 women in the UK were pregnant, meaning that less than 10 per cent had received needle sticks.

In a courageous Instagram post in July, Carrie recounted how she and her husband Boris were expecting a rainbow baby, a term for a child born into a family that had previously lost another due to stillbirth or death in infancy, in December.

The announcement came two months after her wedding to the Conservative leader when she was about two months pregnant.wikipedia

In a message to her followers, she wrote: ‘Expecting our rainbow baby this Christmas. At the beginning of the year, I had a miscarriage that left my heart broken.

“ I feel incredibly blessed to be pregnant again, but I have also felt like a bag of nerves. Fertility problems can be very difficult for many people, especially when on platforms like Instagram it can seem that everything is going well.

“It was really comforting to hear from people who had also experienced loss, so I hope that in some way sharing this can help others as well.”

News of Carrie’s vaccination comes as she and Boris Johnson were urged to support three days of paid miscarriage leave for grieving families after they suffered their own loss.

SNP MP Angela Crawley introduced a private member bill that calls for three days of paid leave for all those who lose a baby, even if the tragedy occurs before 24 weeks.

Miss Crawley has won the support of four parties, but not the Conservatives.

She has urged the Prime Minister to use his own experience to support his plan, saying: “It could have been an opportunity to consider the impact [a miscarriage] would have had on other families.”

Currently, a mother is eligible for maternity leave and associated pay if she has a stillborn baby after week 24.wikipedia

Carrie Symonds Quicks and Facts

  • Carrie Symonds, 33, announced she has had her second coronavirus vaccine
  • Revealed she was expecting second child with Prime Minister before Christmas
  • She reassured followers that she is ‘feeling great’ and urged them to get vaccine 

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