Before you read about Covid-19 vaccine during pregnancy in Malaysia, we recommend you see our overview on Covid-19 vaccination during pregnancy here…
Malaysian Health Ministry
Despite insufficient data on the potential effects of the Covid-19 vaccines in expecting and nursing mothers, the Malaysian Health Ministry has allowed them to be inoculated if the benefits outweigh the risks. However, the decision to either allow or advise these mothers against receiving their vaccine shots must come from a specialist after assessing their potential risk levels.
Mothers, expecting and still nursing, suffering from immunocompromised diseases can also apply to be vaccinated upon a specialist’s approval, again pointing out the lack of clinical data related to the effects of the vaccine when administered into those with compromised immunities.
Here is a list of country-wise guidance on which vaccines are being administered and what is the official stance around vaccination for pregnant women: