Medicare Tips Regarding COVID-19

While everyone is at risk for getting COVID-19 if they’re exposed to the virus, people of any age with certain medical conditions — like heart disease, diabetes, or COPD — are more likely to get severely ill from COVID-19. Visit for a list of conditions that might put you at higher risk.
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If you or a loved one are at an increased risk, take these steps to help protect yourself:
o Continue your medicines and treatment plans as directed by your healthcare provider. Ask your Medicare drug plan about extended-day supplies.
o Call your healthcare provider if you have any concerns or feel sick. Don’t delay getting emergency care for your medical condition because of COVID-19.
o If you must go out in public, stay safe by wearing a face covering and maintaining social distance.
If you’re at higher risk for complications from COVID-19 and you need to see your doctor, consider telehealth and virtual visits. For more general information about COVID-19 and your Medicare coverage, visit

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