Background: There has been increased severity and susceptibility in pregnant females with previous viral illness outbreaks. The data of pregnancy outcomes with COVID-19 are lacking and available in few small number series. The objective of this study was to report the maternal and perinatal outcomes of COVID-19 during pregnancy. Methodology: Retrospective records of 185 pregnant women with laboratory confirmed COVID- 19 disease in single center were reviewed from 1st May to 31st July 2020 and descriptive analysis of outcomes was done. Results: There were 185 laboratory confirmed COVID-19 pregnant females in this study with mean age of 27.3+ 5.33 years. The majority presented in third trimester with no sign and symptoms of disease activity (66%). Lymphocytopenia (34.81%) ,elevated levels of C-reactive protein 49.95% and chest X-ray abnormalities in 32.43% were observed. 72.51% of women were delivered vaginaly and 27.49% required caesarean section with major indication being previous LSCS. The rate of preterm delivery was 17.54% with PPROM in 11.70%. Three maternal intensive care unit admissions were noted but no maternal death. 4 neonatal death and 4 still birth were also noted.