The Biden administration is making health insurers pay for up to eight COVID-19 tests per month in an effort to make the prohibitively expensive tests more affordable to the average American. But there’s just one problem: there just aren’t enough tests available.“Under President Biden’s leadership, we are requiring insurers and group health plans to make tests free for millions of Americans. This is all part of our overall strategy to ramp-up access to easy-to-use, at-home tests at no cost,” Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra said on Monday.In December, Biden announced that 500 million coronavirus tests had been ordered by the administration and would be made available free of charge in January.As detailed by Fox News, plans to make the tests readily available to every American have gone awry as testing shortages continue to plague the country.The Biden administration is encouraging insurers to set up programs with pharmacies to allow Americans to get tests through their plans wi …
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