Millions of Americans could lose health insurance during a pandemic

The study estimated that about 5,4 million American workers lost their health insurance between February and May 2020, writes CBS News. According to the non-profit Kaiser Family Foundation, a total of about 27 million people are at risk of losing their insurance coverage during ...

What to do if you lose your health insurance due to job loss

According to a report by the analytical center Urban Institute, between 25 and 43 million US residents will lose their health insurance through an employer if the unemployment rate rises to the expected 20 percent in the coming months, writes Becker's Hospital Review. Before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, about 160 ...

Medical insurance during the crisis: what to do to those who have lost their jobs and got sick COVID-19

The notorious 2019-nCoV coronavirus, which causes the disease COVID-19, turned out to be deadly for people. Serious economic problems have become a side effect of the pandemic. Measures to prevent the spread of the virus in many cases led to the closure of a large number of small and medium-sized businesses, as well as partial layoffs ...

How to get health insurance if you lose your job due to coronavirus

If due to the coronavirus you have lost your job and payments in connection with this, then you will have another problem added to your existing problems - the lack of health insurance, writes The Penny Hoarder. According to the Economic Policy Institute, 49% of Americans get insurance through their employers. ...

New York Health Insurance: What Options Do Immigrants Have

Where to get health insurance in New York, what to do for people without legal immigration status, and how to be those who do not speak English, when you need to see a doctor urgently, according to the Guide to Immigrant Rights and Services for Immigrants on the city's official website. ...

In 2020, illegal immigrants in California will be treated for free

Illegal adults in California will be eligible for Medi-Cal, the state-funded health insurance for low-income people, starting January 1, 2020. Writes about this The Fresno Bee. More than 1000 Fresno County residents will receive new benefits as soon as ...

For lack of medical insurance, Californians face fines: amounts and conditions

California's new law could incur huge tax penalties if you don't have health insurance for 2020. Writes about it LA Times. But the law contains several exceptions that will allow some people to escape punishment, including prisoners, ...

Texas resident mistakenly declared dead, depriving her of vital health insurance

A resident of Magnolia, Texas, unexpectedly discovered that she no longer has health insurance and a bank account. Sherri Ellis was not hacked - Social Security records mistakenly indicated that she died. “The woman says that on the part of the Social Security ...

Strong stress and hospitalization turned for the American a huge bill from the hospital

Arlene Feilen lost her husband to suicide in 2013. Three years later, she lost her father to cancer. And in February 2019, she lost her 89-year-old mother to health problems. Writes about this VPR. “We were inseparable, ...

'It contradicts everything': Trump's immigration innovation sued

A coalition of immigration groups of lawyers and legal organizations has prepared the first legal action against an innovation by the Trump administration that will allow the government to reject visa applications from immigrants without health insurance or money for it. According to CBS News, organizations approached the district ...

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