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Singaporean woman passes on COVID-19 antibodies to her newborn baby

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Singaporean woman, Celine Ng-Chan was infected with COVID-19 in March 2020 upon returning from holiday in Europe.

9 months later, she gave birth to a baby with antibodies against the virus.

Ng-Chan told The Straits Times that her son, Aldrin was born in November 2020 with antibodies against COVID-19. Her doctor did suspect that she had transferred them to the baby during the pregnancy.

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“It’s very interesting. His paediatrician said my COVID-19 antibodies are gone but Aldrin has…

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