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‘So much unknown’: Becoming a mother during a pandemic

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coronavirus pandemic, it’s safe to say the past year has been a trying time for many — filled with uncertainty, challenges, and stress.

There was no textbook on how to live through it.That’s a sentiment that particularly holds true for people like Winnipeg’s Pramini Warnock.

The pandemic hit just as she was about to enter her first year of motherhood. Ontario becomes 1st province to prioritize pregnancy in COVID-19 vaccination rollout “It was a little bit scary just because there was so much uncertainty and I didn’t know if I would be able to have a hospital birth even, if they would have space for me,” Warnock said.“So that was a little worrisome, if I might have to make some last-minute decisions I never anticipated.”While Warnock was.

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