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Tech Billionaires To Donate 18 Million Masks To Fight COVID-19

Anybody with a solid reputation in the business world would tell you that business is all about giving and receiving. It’s a harmonious exchange and balance that businesspeople going down this path for a long time seem to have managed well. This is the case for tech CEOs such as Tesla’s Elon Musk, Apple’s Tim […]

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Submit Your COVID-19 Business Insurance Claims Early

As Covid-19 continues to have an unprecedented effect on business operations throughout the country, experts suggest business insurance policy holders should file their business interruption insurance and workers compensation claims for coronavirus as early as possible notwithstanding their concerns or exclusions. Although warnings from insurers indicate most of the claims stemming from the coronavirus could […]

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Coronavirus Treatment May Be Available Soon

While the vaccine is expected to take 12 to 18 months, there may be other therapies available for the deadly COVID-19, which should be ready in a couple of months. So far, there are approximately 462,558 coronavirus cases worldwide with approximately 20,878 deaths – 113,802 people have recovered. Although no vaccine exists yet, researchers are […]

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There Could Be A 40% Hike For Health Insurance Premiums Due To COVID-19

Due to the pandemic, health insurance premiums could increase by 40% nationwide. It’s just a matter of time before it happens. Some experts say it will happen by 2021 and others believe it will take place sooner than that. Consumers, employers, and the entire healthcare system may see costs that could exceed $251 billion. The […]

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Coping With Covid-19: Mental Health Providers Turn To Telemedicine

AS COVID-19 causes widespread fear and anxiety throughout the United States, unfortunately, the impact will be more pronounced on individuals with current mental disorders such as depression and anxiety. Based on data by the National Institute of Mental Health, about 18% of people struggle with an anxiety disorder and 7% will have at least one […]

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Find Affordable Health Insurance Coverage If You Lost Your Job

Congress is currently passing a major stimulus plan, which includes provisions meant to make coronavirus testing free and expanding unemployment insurance, food assistance, paid leave and sick days. But even with that stimulus, based on data by the Economic Policy Institute, about 3 million people will lose their jobs by the summer. This is unfortunate. […]

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This Is What Your Health Insurance Covers For COVID-19

As more Americans test positive for COVID-19 and practice social distancing, you may be wondering what your insurance company covers. Local, state and federal authorities have shut down restaurants, bars and restricted them to only delivery or take-out orders to reduce the spread of COVID-19, which still lacks a vaccine or cure.   While there […]

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Car Insurance May Cost Less Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

As more drivers stay home because of coronavirus, caring for the kids or because they were shut out of their jobs, chances are auto insurance may cost less. Fewer commuters are using their cars to get to work. Also, since kids are at home, there are no school buses and parents no longer have to […]

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COVID-19: Insurance And Auto Lenders Offer Special Programs To Current Members And Buyers Of New Vehicles

As the impact of the coronavirus hit the U.S. economy, mandatory business shutdowns and reductions in consumer demand are also causing massive job cuts. Some car owners may find it difficult to make car payments and others may put off buying a new vehicle. So far, there are 35,179 coronavirus cases in the United States […]

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President Trump Signs Families First Coronavirus Response Act

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) was signed by President Donald Trump yesterday. This newly approved legislation includes, besides the free COVID-19 testing, paid sick leave, food assistance, and other unemployment benefits. Employers are also required to offer additional protections for healthcare workers. Most importantly, the bill’s provisions create a federal emergency paid leave […]

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Pharmacies And Insurers Cope With COVID-19

Pharmacies are having an influx of prescription refill requests as more people are encouraged to stock up on their prescription medications. Doctors and insurers advise people suffering from chronic conditions to make sure they have enough medicine on hand. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that patients who currently receive a 30-day […]

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States Hold Special Enrollment Periods Amid Coronavirus

Several states are offering special open enrollment periods amid the COVID-19 outbreak. This will allow qualified individuals who missed the deadline to get health coverage. The limited-time enrollment period is done as an exceptional circumstance. This is a unique situation we haven’t encountered at this level, so the appropriate measures should be taken. Twelve states […]

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