A new survey suggests women are thinking twice before trying to have children during the ongoing pandemic.
34 percent of women say they have delayed plans to get pregnant, or decided to have few children, according to researchers with the Guttmacher Institute.
However, women also say they’re having a harder time getting access to birth control during the pandemic – especially women of color.
A new study finds roughly 40% of women say they plan to delay getting pregnant, or have fewer children due to the pandemic — even as they are experiencing difficulty obtaining contraception. https://t.co/WUq5qOHToq
— NPR (@NPR) June 25, 2020