KMBC: Doctors urge pregnant women to be extra cautious as growing number test positive for COVID-19

July 3, 2020

The number of pregnant women testing positive for COVID-19 is going up in the Kansas City area.

KMBC talked to one local woman and Dr. Ingenue Cobbinah, an OBGYN at Saint Luke's East Hospital, about the concerning rise in cases and what precautions expectant mothers should take.

Watch the full story below.

Dr. Cobbinah talks about if the virus carries a risk for miscarriages. 

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