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If you’ve had #COVID19 , you should still get vaccinated. Experts aren’t sure how long someone is protected from getting sick again after recovering, and reinfection is possible. More: . #SleeveUp 

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Today, CMS is excited to release an update on the past five years of work on the CMS Equity Plan for Medicare. Click here to read Paving the Way to Equity: A Progress Report and find out where we are on the #Path2Equity 

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Ursula K. Le Guin Stamp Getting Released by the US Postal Service

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R's only care about deficits/debt when they are not in the majority. This is not an opinion - look it up.

Why do some people get very sick from #COVID19  while others do not? Harvard Health Publishing created a resource center to answer your questions about the coronavirus:

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Not everyone can continue their education online while schools are closed due to #COVID19  measures. As #Lebanon  goes into full lockdown, we're teaming up with @KSRelief_EN  to keep students learning: #LearningNeverStops 

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We're going to have, like, a 17 day newscycle devoted to some Trump collaborator who briefly gets hired by a Fortune 500 company, and then gets fired two days later. There will be thinkpieces, a sign-on letter, and at least one NYT column comparing the company to Nazi Germany.

"This particular designation is tantamount to a cease-and-desist order for the humanitarian response in northern #Yemen  and its impacts will lead to more despair and lives lost across the whole of the country." @MichelleNunn , CARE President & CEO

The Part D Payment Modernization Model CY 2022 RFA is now available. The Model tests changes to reduce beneficiary drug costs and overall #Medicare  Part D program spending. Learn more:

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#2 Pssst: That big Biohaven Alzheimer's study? It was a bust. Even the subgroup analysis execs touted was a flop $BHVN

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