Why COVID-19 vaccines and boosters are crucial for pregnant women

Finn McHugh
Miriam Webber
Lucy Bladen
By Finn McHugh, Miriam Webber, and Lucy Bladen · Updated November 15 2021 - 8:14pm, first published 6:30pm
Aami Mills with son Oliver, 18 months. She was initially hesitant about getting the COVID-19 vaccine while pregnant. Picture: Elesa Kurtz

Aami Mills was initially apprehensive about getting the COVID-19 vaccine while pregnant. She found out she was pregnant right around the time she became eligible for the vaccine.

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Finn McHugh

Finn McHugh

Federal Political Reporter

Finn McHugh has been federal political reporter for The Canberra Times since July 2021. He joined the Canberra Press Gallery in 2019 where he was executive producer of Sky News's AM Agenda, before joining NCA NewsWire as a federal political reporter. He has previously interned at the Kuwait Times.

Miriam Webber

Miriam Webber

City reporter

I'm the Canberra Times' city reporter, digging into how the capital is developing and the issues affecting residents, businesses and community organisations. Drop me a line at miriam.webber@canberratimes.com.au

Lucy Bladen

Lucy Bladen

Reporter Canberra Times

Lucy Bladen has been a journalist at The Canberra Times since 2019. She is an ACT politics and health reporter. Email: l.bladen@canberratimes.com.au