Is COVID-19 A Preexisting Condition For Which Americans Could Lose Coverage? Some Senators Say So
Other senators at hearing call CDC advice unclear on if asymptomatic people with close contacts to those infected should get testing
US Senators said Wednesday coronavirus patients could lose coverage if the ACA is abolished by a new Supreme Court, while Sen. Warren accused a COVID-19 response advisor of conflicts of interest.
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