- As of May 19, almost all states (47) have eased social distancing measures. This includes 23 that have lifted stay-at-home orders. Last week, 8 states allowed some or all non-essential businesses (some with reduced capacity) to reopen, and restaurants reopened dine-in services in 5 states.
This tracker provides the number of cases and deaths from novel coronavirus by country, the trend in case and death counts by country, and a global map of showing which countries have cases and deaths. There have been over 5.4 million confirmed cases and 346,000 confirmed deaths worldwide.
34 states are now addressing the coronavirus emergency with Medicaid/CHIP Disaster Relief State Plan Amendments (SPAs) after CMS issued approvals for Iowa, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Utah on May 18. This tracker also includes details on Section 1135 waivers and 1915 (c) Waiver Appendix K strategies and is regularly updated.
- Use this tool to create custom reports of COVID-19 and related state data. Group COVID-19 cases and deaths with indicators like total hospital beds, health insurance coverage and unemployment claims.
This poll examines people’s views on the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak as many states begin to re-open their states and the economy, including their expectations, experiences and attitudes about the government responses heading into Summer 2020. It also assesses voters’ views ahead of the presidential election in November.
This brief analyzes data on low-wage workers in the context of COVID-19 and discusses the implications of the pandemic for their jobs, health, and financial security.
The coronavirus pandemic has generated both a public health crisis and an economic crisis, with major implications for Medicaid. This brief provides some early insights into the current picture of Medicaid spending and enrollment, as Congress considers providing additional fiscal relief.
This analysis examines the potential loss of job-based coverage among people in families where someone lost employment between March 1 and May 2 and estimate their eligibility for ACA coverage as of May and January 2021, when most will have exhausted their unemployment benefits.