SARS-CoV-2 infection in pregnancy in Denmark—characteristics and outcomes after confirmed infection in pregnancy: A nationwide, prospective, population-based cohort study

Anna J.M. Aabakke*, Lone Krebs, Tanja G. Petersen, Frank S. Kjeldsen, Giulia Corn, Karen Wøjdemann, Mette H. Ibsen, F. Jonsdottir, Elisabeth Rønneberg, Charlotte S. Andersen, Iben Sundtoft, Tine Clausen, Julie Milbak, Lars Burmester, Birgitte Lindved, Annette Thorsen-Meyer, Mohammed R. Khalil, Birgitte Henriksen, Lisbeth Jønsson, Lise L.T. AndersenKamilla K. Karlsen, Monica L. Pedersen, Åse Klemmensen, Marianne Vestgaard, Dorthe Thisted, Manrinder K. Tatla, Line S. Andersen, Anne Line Brülle, Arense Gulbech, Charlotte B. Andersson, Richard Farlie, Lea Hansen, Lone Hvidman, Anne N. Sørensen, Sidsel L. Rathcke, Katrine H. Rubin, Lone K. Petersen, Jan S. Jørgensen, Lonny Stokholm, Mette Bliddal

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