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Image caption Michelle Morgan Davies elected to have a C-section to ensure her partner Darren would not miss the birth. Some pregnant women are so worried partners will not make it to the birth due to Covid-19 restrictions, they are opting for elective caesarean sections. According to Wales' coronavirus rules, a birthing partner can still only attend during "active" labour. But some mums-to-be say the unpredictability of labour may mean partners do not reach hospital in time. The Welsh Government said individual circumstances can be taken into account. Michelle Morgan Davies, from Abergavenny, had baby Finn Morgan by caesarean section on Tuesday, with father Darren standing by. "A lot of d... Full story

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