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Just more than half of Americans said that COVID-19 has made them more anxious about dying early, becoming disabled or needing long-term care.

COVID-19 has made Americans more anxious about dying, becoming disabled or needing long-term care, according to the results of a recent survey conducted on behalf of the Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT), a global trade association of life insurance and financial services professionals.

The survey provides insight from more than 1,050 U.S. residents about how the pandemic has impacted their attitudes toward life, health, long-term disability, and long-term care insurance. (It’s important to note that the poll was conducted in July, prior to the announcement by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention about updated guidelines on mask-wearing by vaccinated individuals.)

 

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