Stacey Dooley and the Lockdown Babies
Stacey Dooley visits Bradford Royal Infirmary to find out how the pandemic is transforming the way mothers, midwives and doctors deal with pregnancy and birth.
Almost a quarter of a million babies have been born in the UK since lockdown began. Stacey Dooley reports from Bradford Royal Infirmary to find out how the pandemic is transforming the way we deal with pregnancy and birth. She meets pregnant women terrified of getting the virus, women giving birth and new mums with coronavirus who have had to isolate themselves from friends and family. Stacey also speaks to midwives and doctors who reveal how their lives have changed in order to protect mothers, babies and themselves from the risk of infection.
|Executive Producer||Anna Hall|
|Executive Producer||Brian Woods|
|Executive Producer||Diana Martin|