Can you still spread COVID-19 after you get vaccinated?
Do the Covid vaccines prevent you from spreading the virus, or do they just protect you from getting sick? Read more.
Congress Agrees to End Antitrust Exemption for Health Insurers
Healthcare insurance companies, like other insurers, have enjoyed an exemption from U.S. antitrust laws since March 1945 when President Roosevelt signed the McCarran-Ferguson Act, one of his last major acts before his death one month later. On Jan. 1, 2021, President Trump was presented a bill that would repeal this immunity for health insurers. The exemption would remain in place for other types of insurance, such as life, annuities, and property and casualty. Read more.
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