T saidFor years into the disease, the Biden Administration has created a virtual center to help Americans learn how to prevent and manage COVID -19 – including masks, tests, and more. with grains – in their community.
The website, COVID.gov, combines some of the activities found in what President Joe Biden described during a press conference on March 30 as a “one -stop shop.” The website has links for ordering quick tests at home; Free search, high quality N95 masks; available medications and drugs; and an evaluation of current COVID-19 risk levels in specific counties, based on U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention metrics.
“The bottom line: Americans don’t have to search the internet to find vaccines, medications, tests or masks,” Biden said shortly. “It’s over there.”
One of the key features of the site is the launch of Biden’s “test-to-treat” program, designed to improve access to antiviral drugs that can reduce the incidence of disease. for seniors. In principle – but not in regular training – the program can effectively test the drug or health center to find the drug in place, free of charge. COVID.gov is an online search engine for offices participating in the try-to-treat program, including grocery stores, community health centers, and recreational facilities related to Veterans Affairs and Veterans Affairs. and the Indian Health Service.
COVID.gov is available in English, Spanish, and Simplified Chinese. Similar resources in other languages are available through the Administration phone number at 1-800-232-0233.
While announcing the launch of the site, Biden again asked Congress to approve new patient funding. A Congressional budget bill in March did not introduce new funding for the COVID-19 ban, and the brief required the Biden Administration to stop storing and selling the canoes, Biden said. The government should reduce the program that re -pays providers to try or treat people without insurance, including some who are not currently certified to pay out of pocket for COVID-19 reports. No extra money was made, which is similar to some of the fees associated with the acquisition of COVID-19 bottles.
Biden said during the press conference that supplies of COVID-19 drugs, vaccines and tests could be completed in the coming months without funding. “We’re seeing the consequences of Congressional inaction,” he said. “This is no different; a tree.
According to him, Biden received four COVID-19 vaccines, a day after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved a second dose of mRNA boosters for 50 or more bottles. and some immunocompromised people. “It didn’t hurt at all,” he said.
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