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Disrupted care, discrimination tied to less infant vaccination during COVIDUS infants born early in the pandemic were less likely to receive routine childhood vaccinations if their mothers had perinatal care disruptions (those just before or after birth) or experienced discrimination during pregnancy, according to a prospective study today in JAMA Pediatrics.Stony Brook University researchers analyzed data from 4,388 pregnant women 18 years and older across the country recruited from social media from Apr 25 to May 14, 2020.

They completed a baseline survey and two follow-up surveys in July and October, at which time 1,107 infants were 3 to 5 months old.Eighty-nine infants (8.0%) had incomplete vaccination uptake by 3 to 5 months, with 51

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