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What COVID-19 Can Teach Us About Healthcare

Most of us will not debate the fact our Healthcare system is flawed in the US... As our government jumps in and provides for universal protection for care necessary for testing of COVID-19, we could ask ourselves, what is keeping us from having universal protection for care of all our healthcare needs?

In the pandemic state we are in, all of us would get tested or even treated in any way possible given having symptoms or not. We likely would't question, why not from my doctor? Or why do I need to wait a bit? So is it just because its a pandemic we would comply and do so?

One of the biggest obstacles to universal healthcare is our fear of losing control. Our fear of sub par or less expedient care. Let's think about of our symptoms outside of a pandemic situation and be more willing to comply. Maybe then we'll be one step closer to our right to minimum essential coverage for all.

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