A new study from the Washington University School of medicine in St. Louis has been released.
The study says breastfeeding moms who have been vaccinated against COVID-19 find a major boost in antibodies that are passed onto their babies through breast milk. The study found the antibodies last for at least 80 days if not longer. The antibodies showed up in breast milk two weeks after the moms received their first dose of vaccine.
Doctors say the study is proof the COVID vaccine protects babies before they’re born and after.