The bill aims to extend the telehealth policies introduced because of the COVID-19 pandemic, in an effort to continue to allow sick Americans, especially senior citizens, to utilize the technology instead of having to make in-person doctor visits.
Two runoffs Tuesday in Georgia will decide which party controls the Senate and, thus, how far the new president can reach legislatively on issues such as the pandemic, health care, taxation, energy and the environment.
'I lost my grandpa on December 14 to COVID. He battled for over a month. I got it to protect my family and community, so hopefully they don’t have to lose a loved one. It gives me peace of mind that, as a nurse being exposed to the virus, I’m doing what I can to protect everyone else around me.'