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COVID a greater risk to fertility than COVID vaccines

A pregnant woman gets vaccinated Source: Getty Images

Health authorities are working to dispel misinformation that COVID vaccines could affect fertility, as vaccine hesitancy amongst young women continues to rate above the national average. The New South Wales health minister last week warned the lasting effects of COVID are far more likely to result in fertility problems.

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