November 29 According to a report by the Straits Times on the 29th, a pregnant woman in Singapore was diagnosed with COVID-19 in March this year. In early November, she gave birth to a baby boy. As a result, the newborn not only was not infected with the novel coronavirus, but also brought her own antibodies.
It is reported that the woman is one of the few people in Singapore who contracted the novel coronavirus during pregnancy and has given birth.
According to the report, the heroine’s name is Zeng Sailin, 31 years old. In March, after traveling back to Singapore from Europe at 10 weeks pregnant, she, together with her mother and daughter, contracted the novel coronavirus.
At that time, her mother almost died and was hospitalized for four months, while she and her daughter had only mild symptoms and were discharged from the hospital two and a half weeks after hospitalization.
On November 7, Zeng Sailin gave birth to a second child, 3.5 kilograms, a baby boy. Fortunately, newborns not only did not have the novel coronavirus, but also brought their own antibodies. Sailing Tsang said: “It can be said interesting.
The pediatrician said that my coronavirus antibodies disappeared, while my son had antibodies. The doctor suspected that I passed on antibodies to him when I was pregnant.