Can babies contract COVID-19 from breast milk?
Debate is ongoing over what advice to give to new mothers about breastfeeding if they have coronavirus, with a new case suggesting it's safe.
A new Italian case report of an infant born to a mother who tested positive for COVID-19 after delivery found the baby remained negative to the virus despite consuming infected breast milk.
The authors, writing in Pediatrics, say information on the perinatal aspects of COVID-19 is still scarce.
Medical societies across the world have suggested various guidelines to handle breastfeeding