Biden Administration Admits It Will End COVID Emergency In May, In A Letter Telling Republicans Not To End COVID Emergency

  • In its statement, the White House railed against the two bills. First, the White House claimed that terminating the Declaration would create chaos in the health care system.
  • Ending the public health emergency would jeopardize Medicaid funding given to states by abruptly ending provisions passed by Congress, the OMB memo argued.
  • Furthermore, the OMB argued that ending the emergency would create chaos in hospitals and nursing homes by doing away with the flexibilities from the pandemic, disrupting care, delaying payments, and costing facilities money.
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