A claim that stillbirths are rampant among mothers vaccinated against COVID-19 is not supported by any evidence. The claim, made by a doctor in Canada, was denied by Canadian health care organizations. Centers for Disease Control statistics suggest the opposite trend: that vaccination reduces stillbirths. This is because COVID-19 is associated with birth risks: A CDC report noted, "Pregnant women are at increased risk for severe disease from COVID-19, and COVID-19 is associated with an increased risk for adverse perinatal outcomes."
Vancouver Coastal Health, the regional health authority, published tweets on its official account denying the claims made by the doctor, calling them "rumours and disinformation."
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation debunked the doctor's claim and noted that he was under review at the hospital where he previously worked for his "extremely disappointing" conduct.