Midwife Sees More Home Birth Inquiries Amid COVID-19 Concerns

Co-owner of Metro Midwifery, Gina Gerboth, is receiving more than double her usual calls for home birth services. She explains that many expectant mothers are scared to go to the hospital with the current state of COVID-19 in the United States. Health professionals state that hospitals are safe to give birth in.

Still, many pregnant women are turning to home birth, some late into their pregnancies. Gerboth notes that being a good fit for home birth and having time to prepare are key. For more information, read the full article: https://kdvr.com/news/local-midwife-sees-more-home-birth-inquiries-amid-covid-19-concerns/


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