COVID Funding Is Falling Short for the Uninsured

COVID Funding Is Falling Short for the Uninsured

From the US News and World Report: As a political fight tied to COVID dollars continues on Capitol Hill, people without health insurance and the providers that serve them are among those already left out.

Senate lawmakers’ recently announced plan to allocate $10 billion in funding toward combating the COVID-19 pandemic comes at a time when cases are rising in some states and the country faces a potential new wave of infections from the BA.2 omicron subvariant, which already accounts for nearly 3 out of every 4 new cases in the U.S.

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