The World Council for Health strongly encourages women to wait before vaccinating against Covid-19 during pregnancy until safety and efficacy can be proved without a doubt. While pregnant women continue to be told that Covid-19 injections are safe and effective, emerging data and the latest studies raise serious questions about the validity of this oft-repeated recommendation.

The World Council for Health recommends an urgent investigation into the worldwide observable birth decline starting nine months after the vaccine rollout in many countries and the increasing reports of pregnancy complications.

Important considerations for pregnant and breastfeeding women: 

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  • While pregnant and breastfeeding women were excluded from the original Pfizer and Moderna trials because of the urgency of approval, Pfizer confirmed it stopped its clinical trial analyzing Covid-19 vaccine safety and efficiency in pregnant women early in 2023. 
  • Pfizer’s published study in reproductive toxicology showed a nearly 300% increase in skeletal malformations in babies and a doubling of the pre-implantation embryo loss in injected female rats.
  • 40,300 adverse endocrine events (AEEs) were reported in VAERS following Covid-19 vaccinations. The main emphases of the AEEs were menstruation abnormalities (e.g., Menstruation Irregular (3911 entries), Dysmenorrhoea (2166), Menstruation Delayed (1262), Amenorrhoea (863), Polymenorrhoea (777), Oligomenorrhoea (686), Hypomenorrhoea (202), Menopause (168), and metabolic imbalances. Studies have shown a considerable underreporting rate, making actual rates up to 100 times higher. 
  • Currently, the MHRA yellow card system includes 6,510 cases of maternal and fetal vaccination exposure during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Studies have shown a considerable underreporting rate, which may be 40 to 100 times higher. For reproductive and breast disorders, there are 58,698 reports. 
  • A recent study comparing the Covid injections to the flu vaccine found a 57 times higher rate of miscarriage, a 38 times higher rate of fetal death and stillbirth, and 15 other major pregnancy complications exceeding the regulator’s safety threshold. 
  • Studies have shown that lipid nanoparticles, like those used in the Covid injections, cross the placental barrier and can harm the fetus and that the used lipid nanoparticle drive mRNA delivery to the placenta with unknown consequences. 
  • The Federal Institute for Population Research in Germany described evidence of the 2022 birth declines in Germany and Sweden, concluding a strong association between the onset of vaccination programs and the fertility decline nine months after this onset. 

The World Council for Health has been calling for an immediate halt to these experimental Covid-19 vaccines since November 29, 2021.

Healthy pregnant women are at no more risk of contracting Covid-19 than the general population. Additionally, healthy people under 50 continue to be at low risk of severe disease, hospitalisation, or death from Covid-19. Covid-19 is easily treated with therapies and products that are safe to use in pregnancy.

The single best thing women of childbearing potential, pregnant women, and breastfeeding women can do is to be healthy and informed. Do more of what nourishes you and your immune system.

For more information, visit the WCH Covid-19 and Pregnancy Guide for Moms and Babies and download the latest Safer to Wait leaflet.

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