NPR: The COVID public health emergency ends this week. Here’s what’s changing
Despite concern from some public health officials, COVID-19 is no longer an official public health emergency. As a result, vaccines will be covered by health insurance rather than being free, COVID-19 data tracking will be less strict, and adjustments to telemedicine will remain in place. As America closes COVID-19 as an official public health emergency, the country looks to prepare for the next pandemic.
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