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As the number of people impacted by COVID-19 in the U.S. continues to grow, it’s important to know what to do and where to go if you need to be tested.
A benefit of having health insurance is being able to rely on the doctors, labs, facilities and drug stores in your health plan’s network. By making sure a testing site or lab is in network, you can be confident that your test will be covered.
If you are a Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois member, call Customer Service at the number listed on your member ID card for help finding an in-network testing site near you.
What about getting the COVID-19 vaccines? Do you know when you can get it and where to go?
For other resources and information about COVID-19 and you, visit our COVID-19 website.
Where to go to get tested for covid?
I registered on the Montgomery County Pennsylvania for Covid-19 Vaccinations. I am not confident that I will be alerted through my local County as quickly as I might be eligible. I meet the criteria for group group !-C at 66 years old and I do have some comorbidities like hypertension, obesity, and season asthma. Hoping someone can offer a way to protect myself so I have confidence in resuming outside sales meetings.
Can you send me URL where i can sign up to get covid vaccine?
I would like to know as well, how to get covid-19 vaccine.
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