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Private health plans no longer will be required to provide COVID-19 tests without cost to consumers when the public health emergency ends on Thursday. Although the vast majority of people with private health insurance will continue to have coverage for tests ordered or administered by a clinician, these tests soon will be subject to cost sharing, quantity limits and prior authorization requirements.

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