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UnitedHealth Ships Flu Kits to Medicare Recipients

NYTimes.com Saturday, 24 October 2020
Under MedAdvantage plans, the major insurer is sending packages including Tamiflu and coronavirus tests to those considered especially vulnerable to Covid and the flu.
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