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Nearly 27 Million Could Lose Employer-Sponsored Health Coverage Due to the Coronavirus

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Nearly 27 Million Could Lose Employer-Sponsored Health Coverage Due to the Coronavirus

Nearly 27 Million Could Lose Employer-Sponsored Health Coverage Due to the Coronavirus

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, more than 30 million people have filed for unemployment benefits.

And according to a new study, because of job losses, about 27 million people could lose their employer-sponsored health insurance as well.

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