The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services today announced that the agency will pay for Medicare beneficiaries’ booster doses, without cost sharing. CMS said COVID-19 vaccines and their administration, including boosters, will also be covered without cost-sharing for nearly all Medicaid and Children’s Health Insurance Program beneficiaries, and for eligible consumers of most issuers of health insurance in the commercial market.

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