Covid and pregnancy: Advice in five South Asian languages

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As the Covid vaccine is being rolled out to younger age groups, what should you do if you're expecting a baby, breastfeeding or trying to have a baby?

BBC Asian Network is helping the South Asian community to understand what the science says in five languages: Gujarati, Punjabi, Sylheti, Tamil and Urdu.

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Punjabi

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Dr Carter Singh explains what the current advice is, in Punjabi

Sylheti

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Dr Anika Ahmed explains what the current advice is, in Sylheti

Urdu

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Dr Nadia Ghani explains what the current advice is, in Urdu

Tamil

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Dr Venughanan Manikavasagar explains what the current advice is, in Tamil

Gujarati

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Dr Chintal Patel explains what the current advice is, in Gujarati