West Virginia Perinatal PartnershipThe safety and well-being of the healthcare workers, patients, and communities of West Virginia hospitals is our top priority. We have aggregated the following resources about COVID-19 in maternal and infant health to assist you during this uncertain time.


Guidelines for Obstetric Providers

Policy Examples for OB/GYN Providers Regarding COVID-19

Guidelines for Pediatric Providers

Guidelines for Pregnant/Breastfeeding Mothers

CDC: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has published two new COVID-19 webpages:

  • The “Care for Breastfeeding Women” webpage includes interim guidance on breastfeeding and breast milk in the context of COVID-19, including specific information about well child checks, lactation services, and donor milk.
  • The “COVID-19 in Racial and Ethnic Minority Groups” webpage highlights what public health professionals, community organizations, healthcare systems and healthcare providers, and individuals can do to address the needs of racial and ethnic minority groups during the pandemic.

CGBI: The Carolina Global Breastfeeding Institute has released COVID-19 Milk Expression, Storage and Handling Infographics. The infographics were developed for professionals in healthcare and early childhood education settings as part of the Lactation and Infant Feeding in Emergencies initiative.

Resources for Behavioral Health Providers

General Information

*Original resource list was created by the California Perinatal Quality Care Collaborative

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