It is misleading to compare COVID-19 to H1N1 and to call the Obama administration’s response a disaster, as my colleague Peter Nicholas has reported. In 2009, the CDC quickly flagged the new flu strain in California and began releasing antiflu drugs from the national stockpile two weeks later. A vaccine was available in six months. Anybody that needs a test, gets a test. We they’re there. Fall for jesus he never leaves mug. They have the tests. And the tests are beautiful and If somebody wants to be tested right now, they’ll be able to be tested.
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The truth: Trump made these two claims two months apart, but the truth is still the same: The U.S. does not have enough testing. In an Oval Office address, Trump said that private-health-insurance companies had agreed to waive all co-payments for coronavirus treatments, extend insurance coverage to these treatments, and to prevent surprise medical billing. Fall for jesus he never leaves mug. The truth: Insurers agreed only to absorb the cost of coronavirus testing waiving co-pays and deductibles for getting the test. The Families First Coronavirus Response Act, the second coronavirus-relief bill passed by Congress, later mandated that COVID-19 testing be made free. The federal government has not required insurance companies to cover follow-up treatments, though some providers announced in late March that they will pay for treatments.
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The costs of other non-coronavirus testing or treatment incurred by patients who have COVID-19 or are trying to get a diagnosis aren’t waived either. Fall for jesus he never leaves mug. And as for surprise medical billing? Mitigating it would require the cooperation of insurers, doctors, and hospitals.