New Marketplace coverage changes for COVID-19

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The Public Health Emergency for COVID-19 is over. Your Marketplace plan may have some changes to how it covers services for COVID-19.

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Coverage changes for COVID‑19

  • Vaccines continue to be covered without cost sharing when delivered by an in-network provider.
  • COVID-19 tests (both administered at a doctor’s office and at-home tests from a store or pharmacy) might not be covered. (To find out, check with your plan.)
  • If you can’t pay your premiums, plans can end your coverage.

The Special Enrollment Period for the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency ends June 9, 2023.

Learn more about these changes and your coverage options.

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