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The corona virus



Measures have been taken to reduce this spread. This means that we don't shake hands, try to keep 1,5 meters distant and ask to come only with family members from your own household.  

We are available 24/7 for emergencies / questions and deliveries, nothing changes.


Do you want to know more about the corona virus? Check out the website of the RIVM .

Vaccinate during your pregnancy and/or breast-feeding

The professional associations in maternity care have announced that pregnant women can also safely be vaccinated against COVID-19, the corona virus.  

  Just like other people between the ages of 18-60, you will receive an invitation from the GGD to be vaccinated/for the booster vaccine.

The Health Council also sees no objections to vaccination in breast-feeding women, because it is likely that the vaccines will not end up in breast milk.

The working group consists of the Dutch Association for Obstetrics & Gynaecology (NVOG), the Royal Netherlands Organization of Obstetricians (KNOV), the Dutch Association for Pediatrics (NVK), the Dutch Association for Medical Microbiology (NVMM), the Dutch Patient Federation, the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment. (RIVM) and the Association for Hygiene & Infection Prevention in Healthcare (VHIG).

Do you have questions about vaccination?

View the frequently asked questions at artikel/veelvragen-over-vaccinatie-coronavirus/460  or discuss them with us.



Anne, Danielle and Roos

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