Whilst there is currently no evidence to show that pregnant women are more likely to get seriously ill from COVID-19, pregnant women have been classified as moderate risk (clinically vulnerable) as a precaution.
The current guidance for pregnant women is the same as that for the general population:
If women are in the third trimester of pregnancy (28 weeks+), they should be particularly attentive to social distancing. For more information click here.
With regard to employment, there is a legal requirement for a risk assessment to be carried out on all pregnant women, irrespective of the size of the business.