When Will Coronavirus Peak & End Predictions - Data From 50 U.S. States
Updated November 19, 2020 - Using research and projections from The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (Healthdata.org), this article will help you understand when the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak will peak and end. The peak date has already passed in some states, such as New York and Louisiana. However, as many schools and public areas reopen, it is likely that many regions will see a second wave of the virus in late 2020 and early 2021. The projected peak dates for most states are between December 2020 and March 2021. Moderna, Pfizer, and BioNTech recently announced their trial COVID-19 vaccine was strongly effective. Public health officials predict that we will be able to get vaccinated sometime between April and July, allowing us to return to normalcy by late 2021.
How Much Does Urgent Care Cost Without Insurance?
We surveyed 91 clinics in NYC, SF, LA, Houston, Dallas, and Philadelphia and found that the average cost of an urgent care visit is $199 without insurance. However, the price could vary up to 3 times depending on where you go and which condition you have. The Average Cost For a Level I Urgent Care Visit Ranges from $80-$280. The Average Cost of A Level II Visit Ranges From $140-$440.
Is Obama Care Right for You? 5 Things You Need to Know About Open Enrollment Season
Every year since 2013, millions of Americans are signing up for affordable health insurance via the Affordable Care Act Exchange (aka Obama Care) beginning the first day of November. While it is less likely a joy for some, it is an important annual event that can impact your healthcare for the next year to come.
Four Surprising Facts About Healthcare From Our 120 User Interviews
Would you ever eat at a restaurant that didn't list its prices on the menu? Well, that's what's happening with healthcare today. We conducted 120 interviews and we were so surprised by these four facts