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Based on previous knowledge of other epidemics such as SARS, MERS and H1N1, it is proposed that pregnant women may have a severe clinical outcome in some situations. It is not different for COVID-19. The control of SARS-CoV-2 infection among pregnant women and their potential risk of vertical transmission are a concern to the medical and scientific community. However, the maternal organism does not behave the same way during those forty weeks. Here we show the differences in pathophysiology ofdoi:10.7243/2055-0898-8-1 fatcat:ek7fim3eubcndigalkmpxhws5u