The aim of this research is to determine the relationship between coronavirus (COVID-19) fears and anxiety levels of pregnant women. The research was conducted in descriptive and cross-sectional design with 461 pregnant women between 15.10.2020-15.11.2020. Data were collected using personal information form, COVID-19 Fear Scale, and Beck Anxiety Scale. There was no statistically significant difference between the women's occupation, number of pregnancies, family structure, and income status, and the total mean scores of COVID-19 fear (p>0.05). While the coronavirus fear average score of pregnant women (21.29±6.08) was above the medium level, it was found to be at a moderate level for anxiety (15.85±9.80). It was determined that there was a significant positive difference between the COVID-19 fear and anxiety in pregnant women (r=.399, p<0.01). It can be recommended to provide telephone consultation service to pregnant women during the pandemic to reduce their fear and anxiety levels and inform them using mass communication methods.