COVID-19 Resources

Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine: COVID-19 in pregnancy and vaccine updates with online learning for MFMs and other OB care providers:

ACOG COVID-19 Vaccines and Pregnancy Guidance: Guide for clinicians to help navigate conversations around vaccination with pregnant people:

COVID-19 Vaccine Monitoring Systems for Pregnant People:

V-Safe COVID-19 Vaccine Pregnancy Registry: The CDC is inviting people who received COVID-19 vaccination in the periconception period or during pregnancy to participate in the V-safe COVID-19 Vaccine Pregnancy Registry. This information is critical to helping individuals and their healthcare providers make informed decisions about COVID-19 vaccination. Participation is voluntary, and participants may opt out at any time:

mRNA SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine in Pregnancy

Center for WorkLife Law offers free tools for employees who want to request leave or changes at work due to coronavirus-related health and family needs.  Here is a guide for healthcare providers on how to support pregnant and breastfeeding patients with workplace issues and write effective work accommodation notes. Read more here.

IMPORTANT: Guidance on Negative Test vs. Symptom Resolution

AHA Maternal and Child Health During COVID-19

AWHONN Statements & Resources:

Guidance targeted towards CNMs from the ACNM:

Guidance targeted towards CPMs from NACPM:

Evidence-Based Birth: includes patient/client resources including virtual doulas and childbirth ed:

CDC guidance for healthcare professionals:

NM Department of Health: Up to date NM based guidance, including executive and public health orders, public and clinical guidance:

UCSF PRIORITY study: (Pregnancy CoRonavIrus Outcomes RegIsTRY), a nationwide registry for pregnant and postpartum women with suspected COVID-19 or confirmed diagnosis. The aim is to collect high yield data to answer urgent questions that inform care and counseling of pregnant women and their newborns.:

California Maternal Quality Care Collaborative (CMQCC): Excellent resource website with a diverse and frequently updated array of resources about COVID-19 in maternal and infant health, including guidelines, webinars and general information:

Tewa Women United: Listing of community resources centering resources created by Indigenous communities, as well as those relevant to the Tewa homelands, and the Española/Rio Arriba County area.:

New Mexico Healthcare Worker and First Responder Support Line: The New Mexico Crisis and Access Line is here to support individuals and communities during this time.