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Covid-19

In these bizarre times of upheaval and change, I believe it is still vitally important for pregnant people to be given the chance to prepare for their birth.

In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, and what we understand about the virus, I am sadly unable to offer face-to-face workshops at this time. All workshops are now provided live and fully interactive online, so you can still have a personal birth preparation session.

 

Latest Update

1st January 2021

The UK has been in and out of lockdown for much of 2020.


However our increasing knowledge and understanding of the Covid-19 virus shows that prolonged contact with other people indoors, even when social distancing, increases the chances of Covid spreading.

Therefore, in order to keep you, me, and all the families I encounter as an NHS midwife safe, I am only providing online workshops for the forseeable future.

I look forward to a time when I can begin to run in-person workshops safely again.

 

How does Covid spread?

Courtesy of El Pais (Oct 2020)

 
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1. Social gathering

Six people get together in a private home, one of whom is infected.