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Offbeat Singapore: a baby is born with antibodies against Covid-19

06:30  01 december  2020
06:30  01 december  2020 Source:   rfi.fr

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A Singapore mother who was infected with COVID - 19 when she was pregnant has reportedly given birth to a healthy baby boy who has antibodies against the virus. Key points: Celine Ng-Chan's doctor suspects she passed COVID - 19 antibodies to her unborn child, who was born without the coronavirus.

A Singaporean woman, who was infected with the coronavirus in March when she was pregnant, has given birth to a baby with antibodies against the virus, off. The baby was born this month without COVID - 19 but with the virus antibodies , the Straits Times newspaper reported on Sunday, citing the

Selon les médecins, la mère du nouveau né lui aurait transmis tous ses anticorps contre le Covid-19 (image d'illustration). © Pixabay According to doctors, the mother of the newborn would have transmitted all her antibodies to him against Covid-19 (illustrative image).

In Singapore, a newborn baby whose mother had contracted the coronavirus pregnant was examined from birth. The medical team was thus able to discover that he had antibodies to resist Covid-19.

With our correspondent in Singapore, Gabrielle Maréchaux

Aldrin Ng Chan is only a few weeks old, but he is already intriguing scientists around the world. When the WHO still confesses great ignorance about how or not the coronavirus affects a fetus in utero, this Singaporean baby asks more questions than he answers the questions scientists ask. Because Aldrin was born with antibodies allowing him to resist the virus, which his mother had caught in Europe in March before returning to Singapore.

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SINGAPORE (Reuters) - A Singaporean woman, who was infected with the novel coronavirus in March when she was pregnant, has given birth to a baby with The baby was born this month without COVID - 19 but with the virus antibodies , the Straits Times newspaper reported on Sunday, citing the

COVID - 19 : Baby ' born with antibodies ' after mother contracted virus while pregnant - report. Celine Ng-Chan reportedly contracted coronavirus A Singaporean woman, who was infected with the novel coronavirus in March when she was pregnant, has given birth to a baby with antibodies against the

Even more surprising for scientists: the young mother who has since tested negative for Covid-19 no longer has antibodies in her body.

The hypothesis put forward so far by the medical team following this atypical case is that the pregnant woman transmitted all of her antibodies to her unborn child. Doctors don't know how long these will stay in the baby's body, however, or how effective they are against the coronavirus. The young mother and her child have therefore assured that they would gladly lend themselves to ongoing research, in order to help unravel all the mysteries of Covid-19.

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