Pregnancy & Maternity COVID-19 FAQ

Many expectant moms have questions about how coronavirus (COVID-19) may affect them and their babies and what to expect when they come to Bayhealth to deliver their baby. Below are answers to some frequently asked questions related to pregnancy and COVID-19 and having a baby at our hospitals during these unprecedented times.

Whether COVID-positive or negative, we are here to take care of you. In the case of Labor & Delivery patients, our OB provider will be available to you and our OB hospitalists and pediatric hospitalists are available onsite 24-7 to take care of our moms and babies.

For additional information please contact your OB or call the Center for Women and Infants at the Kent Campus (302-744-7245) or the Sussex Campus (302-430-5739).


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Bayhealth Maternal Fetal Medicine Physician Andrew Ward, MD, answered the following commonly asked questions about pregnancy and COVID-19.

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