Hospitals and health systems are encouraged to direct COVID-19 questions to a new Department of Health and Human Services email, starting today. The new email address serves as a one-stop resource to triage a wide range of COVID-19 inquiries from hospitals across HHS’s offices and operating divisions, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Food and Drug Administration, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and Office of Assistant Secretary for Health. HHS says hospitals can send their COVID-19 questions to HospitalCOVID19@hhs.gov.

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