Caliri advises everyone to look carefully at their options before automatically renewing their existing policy, as even small changes can affect out-of-pocket costs.
Overnight Health Care: Pfizer could apply for vaccine authorization by late November | State health officials say they need $8.4B for vaccination effort | CDC: Blacks, Hispanics dying of COVID-19 at disproportionately high rates
Welcome to Friday’s Overnight Health Care.
The CDC released new data showing people of color are dying of COVID-19 at disproportionately high rates. State health officials tell Congress they need more money for vaccine distribution. And NARAL, a pro-choice group is calling for new Democratic leadership on the Senate Judiciary Committee after the top Democrat on the panel Sen. Diane Feinstein (Calif.) praised the proceedings surrounding Amy Coney BarrettAmy Coney BarrettSix takeaways from Trump and Biden’s dueling town halls Biden draws sharp contrast with Trump in low-key town hall Trump fields questions on coronavirus, conspiracy theories in combative town hall MORE’s confirmation.
Let’s start with some vaccine news:
Pfizer could apply for US emergency use approval for coronavirus vaccine by late November
It’s now looking even more likely that there will not be a coronavirus vaccine before Election Day, a goal that always faced tough odds for success.