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A UnitedHealth Group Inc. storefront in Queens. (Photo: Michael Nagle/BB) UnitedHealth executives noted that enrollees’ use of health care increased to about 95% of normal levels in June, from just 60% in April. (Photo: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg)

UnitedHealth Group today became the first publicly traded life and health insurer to post earnings for the second quarter, and its executives had to rush to explain that earnings for the next few quarters could look a lot different.

The COVID-19 pandemic caused the Minnetonka, Minnesota-based company’s net income to double, to close to $6 billion.

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