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We’re here to help you access care and resources for Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine is authorized by the FDA
FDA-authorized COVID-19 vaccines are covered at $0 cost-share to you through Dec. 31, 2021. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and state health departments are advising who can get the vaccines and when. Learn more about COVID-19 vaccines here.
We have teams of doctors, providers, and experts who are working with state and local health departments, as well as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO). We want to help you learn about Coronavirus (COVID-19) so you can protect yourself and the people around you. If you think you should be tested, want to talk to a health care provider, need medical care, or have questions about your out-of-pocket costs and benefits, we can help.
It's very important to be tested. It's very important that if you test positive for Coronavirus (COVID-19), that you are treated as soon as possible. To help with this, UnitedHealthcare is waiving member cost-sharing for the treatment of COVID-19 based on confirmed positive diagnosis through the national public health emergecy period for Medicare Advantage, Medicaid, Individual and Group Market fully insured health plans. Implementation for self-funded employer customers may vary.
Learn more about coverage for testing, visits, treatment and additional benefits. If you have questions, call the number on your member ID card or sign in to your health plan account.
Together, we can help you protect your health and the health of your loved ones.
Help with Coronavirus coverage
We want to make finding out about coverage easy for you.
- What’s covered for Coronavirus (COVID-19)
- What to do if you need a test
- How we are supporting people at high risk
- Additional trusted information
Talk to a provider from home
You may be able to talk to a health care provider from your home.
- 24/7 access to a health care provider
- Routine and urgent medical care
- Physical, occupational and speech therapies
- Outpatient behavioral care
Helpful information about Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Frequently Asked Questions
We've put together Common Questions on Coronavirus (COIVD-19) to help our members find information.
The CDC has the latest information about Coronavirus (COVID-19)
You'll find more help around what to do if you are sick, how to protect your health and more. Visit the links below or go to the CDC for the latest information on COVID-19
More on Coronavirus (COVID-19)
The benefits described on this website describe federal requirements and UnitedHealthcare national policy, additional benefits may be available in some states and under some plans.
This page describes benefits we offer to all members in all states. They also include federal requirements. More benefits may be available in some states and under some plans. We have created rules and practices that may apply to some of our products at this time. The information is a summary and is subject to change. For more information, contact your account representative or call the number on your member ID card.
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