Senators: Lack Of Full Coverage For Coronavirus Testing In US A Barrier To COVID-19 Surveillance
Asymptomatic people in the US are receiving bills for COVID-19 tests they get for work or travel – and some are refusing tests to avoid the costs, senators tell health care agency officials.
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The White House will be spending $86m to provide tens of millions of coronavirus masks to poorer American households.
At two recent confirmation hearings, HHS secretary nominee Xavier Becerra promised Senators he would help expand telehealth and procedure price transparency.