ACOG (American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists) recommends that vaccines should not be held from pregnant or lactating women. However, the COVID-19 vaccine has not been widely studied in pregnant or lactating women. While it has not yet been appropriately studied, there is also no data that they are unsafe.
Pregnant women are considered to be an at risk population for COVID-19. Those patients with pregnancy and other medical problems are at any even higher risk. As availability becomes more readily available for the vaccine, ACOG has worked closely with ACIP (Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices) to have pregnant women included in the high risk medical conditions group. While every patient has unique risks, ODCHC as an organization supports choice, and specifically pregnant women getting the vaccine. You can discuss further with your provider your unique situation.