Bilateral abnormalities on chest CT images: 4/4 patients
Reduced fetal movement (1 patient)
Mode of delivery
Cesarean delivery: 3/4 patients
Vaginal delivery: 1/4 patients (patient presented in labor)
4 full-term infants (3 male and 1 female) | Immediately isolated from mothers
Maternal recovery: 3 of 4 patients were discharged between days 3 to 5 following delivery
Respiratory support: 1 patient required respiratory support but did survive
All mothers were healthy on discharge and at follow-up visit
Normal Apgar scores | None had serious clinical symptoms (e.g., fever)
3 infants tested negative for COVID-19 | 1 infant not tested because there was no consent
Two infants with rashes of different shape and distribution
1 infant: Maculopapules scattered all over the body and facial skin ulceration on the forehead (size about 0.3 × 0.5 cm2) | Resolved without treatment
1 infant: Day 2 appearance of small miliary red papules with resolution on day 10 without treatment (Table 2) | Transient tachypnea of the newborn (TTN) requiring nasal- Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (nCPAP) | Discharged day 7
All infants were healthy at time of post-discharge follow-up visit
Authors recognize limited dataset
Unclear if there is any relationship between rash and COVID-19
No vertical transmission noted and children all discharged from hospital in good health
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