The Health Resources and Services Administration last week released fact sheets in English and Spanish on patient rights and provider responsibilities regarding access to COVID-19 vaccines. The resources emphasis that the vaccines are free to all individuals living in the United States; that providers can only bill insurance companies or the federal government for vaccine administration fees; and that HRSA’s COVID-19 Uninsured Program pays for COVID-19 services provided to anyone without health insurance.

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