The number of Americans without health insurance has been trending up. Let’s turn it down again

In 2020, the United States entered its most severe public health crisis in a century with 13% of Americans under the age of 65 — more than 35 million people — without health insurance.Despite widespread concerns, though, the surging Covid-19 pandemic has not led to major increases in the number of people without health insurance. This is mainly because the massive job losses that began in March were concentrated in sectors in which people are less likely to get insurance through their jobs and many employers who furloughed workers continued to pay their employees’ health insurance premiums.STAT, Read More.

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