COVID-19 State Relief Programs

State policymakers are taking actions to ensure that the costs of testing and treatment for COVID-19 are not a barrier to patients receiving care. In addition, some states have addressed coverage for telemedicine, expanded prescription refill options from 30 to 90 day supplies, or reduced pre-authorization requirements for testing and treatment. The information below is specific to individuals that are insured under small group, Medicaid or otherwise state-regulated health insurance plans. If you are insured through private, large employer-based insurance, please check with your plan for specifics on testing and treatment coverage.

Information is changing rapidly and the Foundation is working to ensure that you have the most up-to-date information from your state. If your state is not included below, or if you are looking for more information about your individual state, please visit https://www.usa.gov/states-and-territories to find your state’s Health Department page. 

Additionally, several states have extended open enrollment into the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) due to COVID-19. Please review this information to see if your state has a special enrollment period. 

 

Medicaid/CHIP

The below pertains to individuals on Medicaid or Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP):

  • Adults:
    • Testing and diagnostic services are an optional benefit category, and can vary by state
    • In states with expanded Medicaid, states must cover preventive services including vaccinations without cost sharing
  • Children:
    • All medically necessary testing and diagnostic services are covered
    • Medicaid and CHIP cover recommended vaccines for children without cost sharing
Alabama

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • State-regulated health plans are encouraged to provide relief to policyholders, including relaxing due dates for premiums, extending grace periods, waiving late fees and penalties, and allowing premium payment plans to avoid a lapse in coverage
  • Cost sharing for COVID-19 testing has been waived
Alaska

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • State-regulated health plans must permit employees to remain covered in group plans, even with a decrease in hours, and must not terminate a group policy based on a group’s decreased enrollment or participation due to COVID-19
  • State-regulated health plans are expected to allow early refills, remove authorizations, and allow access to local pharmacies
  • Services that can be appropriately offered through telehealth must be covered
  • Any cost-sharing for COVID-19 related testing should be waived
Arizona

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • Costs of all COVID-19 diagnostic testing are covered by all state-regulated health plans, regardless of whether the laboratory is in-network or out-of-network
  • Co-pays, coinsurance, and deductibles related to COVID-19 are waived
  • Telemedicine visits are encouraged and will have lower costs than in-person visits unrelated to COVID-19 during the health emergency
  • State-regulated health plans are encouraged to provide relief to policyholders, including refraining from canceling or non-renewing polices, granting grace periods, waiving late fees, and delaying premium increases
Arkansas

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • 60-day moratorium on the cancellation/non-renewal of state-regulated health plans for the nonpayment of premiums for Arkansans that test positive for COVID-19
  • State-regulated health plans are required to cover telemedicine on the same basis as health care services delivered in person
California

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • All cost-sharing, including but not limited to co-pays, coinsurance, and deductibles, is eliminated for COVID-19 screening, testing and associated provider visits where the purpose of the visit is to be screened/tested for COVID-19
  • California law requires emergency care without prior authorization, whether it is an in-network or out-of-network hospital
  • State-regulated health plans must provide their policyholders with at least a 60-day grace period to pay insurance premiums
  • State-regulated health plans are required to waive waiting periods between prescriptions, eliminate refill limitations, and allow for a 90-day supply
  • State-regulated health plans are directed to provide increased telehealth access to policyholders
Colorado

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • All cost-sharing, including co-pays, deductibles and coinsurance, is waived for all COVID-19 testing and in-network telehealth services related to COVID-19 
  • State-regulated health plan carriers are to cover an additional one-time early refill of any necessary prescriptions
  • State-regulated health plans are directed to defer triggering grace periods for failure to pay premium 
  • Up to 4 days of paid sick leave is required for employees being tested for COVID-19 in select industries
Connecticut

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • All state-regulated health plans must provide a 60-day grace period for payment of insurance premiums
  • Cost-sharing for COVID-19 testing and treatment has been waived
  • State-regulated health plans are encouraged to allow 90-day prescription refills
Delaware

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • Testing for COVID-19 is a covered essential health benefit and cost-sharing is waived for diagnostic testing of COVID-19 for insured individuals
  • Access to telehealth and telemedicine should be covered by state-regulated health plans
  • Cancellations/nonrenewal of state-regulated health plans due to nonpayment for those experiencing a loss of income due to the crisis is prohibited 
District of Columbia 

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • Health plans regulated by the District must allow early refills, remove restrictions on mail order, and make substitutes available n the event of shortage
Florida

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • State-regulated health plans are encouraged to use technology to combat spread of COVID-19, including broadening access to telehealth services
  • State-regulated health plans are encouraged to provide lenience in premium payments by relaxing due dates, extending grace periods, waiving late fees, and allowing premium payment plans
  • Time restrictions on prescription refills have been waived and state-regulated health plans must cover a 30-day supply regardless of last fill date
Georgia

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • State-regulated health plans are encouraged to reduce cost barriers to testing and treatment
Hawaii

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • State-regulated health plans are encouraged to continue coverage, refrain canceling or non-renewing policies for non-payment, allow for payment plans, and waive late fees and penalties during and for 60 days after the health emergency
Idaho

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • State-regulated health insurers are authorized to waive policy limits on number of prescription refills and early refills; restrictions on 90-day refills at retail pharmacies; requirements for in-person signature logs and signature logs by insurers or PBMs
  • Cost-sharing for testing related to COVID-19 is waived and state-regulated health plans are covering telehealth visits with in-network providers
Illinois

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • State-regulated health plans are required to cover the costs of all telehealth services rendered by in-network providers to deliver any clinically appropriate, medically necessary covered services and treatments 
  • State-regulated health plans are encouraged to reduce cost barriers to testing and treatment related to COVID-19
Indiana

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • State-regulated health plans have been asked to waive cost-sharing for telehealth procedures related to testing and services
  • State-regulated health plans are requested to institute a moratorium on policy cancellations and non-renewals for nonpayment of premiums
Iowa

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • Cost-sharing for testing related to COVID-19 has been waived
  • State-regulated health plans have been requested to extend premium payment deadlines for individual and small group coverage by at least 60 days
Kansas

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • Rules or laws regarding in-person exam requirements prior to prescribing are not being enforced
  • All physicians are encouraged to utilize telemedicine services, when appropriate for their patients
  • State-regulated health plans have committed to waive cost-sharing for testing related to COVID-19
Kentucky

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits. Kentucky has also opted to increase this addtinional payment by $100, totaling $400 in additional benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • All cost-sharing related to services rendered for COVID-19 is waived, including copayments, coinsurance, and deductibles for screening and testing for COVID-19, including hospital, emergency department, urgent care, provider office visits, lab testing, telehealth and any immunizations that are made available
  • Any prior authorization requirements for screening and diagnostic testing for COVID-19 are waived and insurers are to respond to requests for treatment of COVID-19 on a timely basis
  • State-regulated health plans shall allow insured individuals to obtain refills of their prescriptions even if the prescription was recently filled, consistent with approval from the patients’ health care providers and/or pharmacists
Louisiana

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • Cost-sharing is waived for COVID-19 testing 
  • Prior authorization for COVID-19 testing is prohibited
  • Early refills of most prescriptions are permitted
  • All precertification or step therapy procedures in order to fill a prescription for a 30-day supply are suspended
  • State-regulated health plans must waive restrictions on telemedicine and limitations to in-network providers. Appropriate mental health telehealth services must be covered to the same extent as in-person 
Maine

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • State-regulated health plans are required to cover telehealth services delivered by telephone or video apps
  • State-regulated health plans have been required to provide relief from premium cancellation or nonrenewal
  • Cost-sharing is waived for screening and testing of COVID-19
Maryland

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • State-regulated health plans have been required to waive cost-sharing for testing, emergency room/office visits, future vaccination, waive any time restrictions on prescriptions, authorize payment for at least a 30-day supply, and allow out-of-network visits related to COVID-19
Massachusetts

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • State-regulated health plans are required to make telehealth accessible
Michigan

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • State-regulated health plans are required to cover early refills and pharmacies are authorized to dispense a 60-day supply of non-controlled maintenance medication
  • The use of virtual care and telemedicine is encouraged and covered by state-regulated health plans
  • Cost-sharing is waived for COVID-19 testing 
Minnesota

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • State-regulated health plans have been requested to eliminate cost-sharing for testing and in-network treatment related to COVID-19, expand availability of telemedicine, and allow early prescription refills
Mississippi

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • All physicians are encouraged to utilize telemedicine to avoid any unnecessary patient exposure to COVID-19
  • State-regulated health plans are encouraged to cover telemedicine services
  • State-regulated health plans have been required to comply with a 60-day moratorium on the cancellation or non-renewal of policies for failure to pay premiums until at least June 25, 2020
Missouri

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • All cost-sharing is waived for COVID-19 laboratory tests
  • Cost-sharing is waived for in-network provider visits and in-network urgent care center visits when testing for COVID-19 
  • Preauthorization requirements should not be used as a barrier to access necessary treatment for COVID-19
  • If an immunization becomes available, state-regulated health plans have been requested to cover the immunization at no cost-sharing for all covered members
Montana

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans, unless otherwise stated:

  • Cost-sharing is waived for COVID-19 testing by Montana Health CO-OP, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Montana, PacificSource Health Plans, and Allegiance Life & Health Company
Nebraska

 The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • Cost-sharing is waived for COVID-19 testing and related services
  • State-regulated health plans must cover off-formulary prescription drugs if there is not a formulary drug available
Nevada

 The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • Cost-sharing is waived for COVID-19 testing, related provider visits, or for a future vaccine
  • State-regulated health plans must cover off-formulary prescription drugs if there is not a formulary drug available
New Hampshire

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • Cost sharing is waived for any services in a telehealth visit that meet CDC COVID-19 testing criteria or result in a COVID-19 diagnosis 
  • State-regulated health plans must cover telehealth services of all provider types when medically necessary and clinically appropriate
  • For maintenance medications, state-regulated health plans shall permit insureds to obtain a 90-day supply and obtain a one-time refill of their covered medications prior to the expiration of the waiting period between refills in order to maintain a necessary supply
New Jersey

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans, unless otherwise noted:

  • State-regulated health plans are required to cover and remove prior authorization requirements for telehealth services with no cost-sharing, including telephone visits
  • Individual, small group, and large group carriers have been directed to offer a 60-day grace period for premium payment
New Mexico

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans, unless otherwise noted:

  • All cost-sharing for COVID-19 testing and treatment is waived
  • State-regulated health plans have been requested to refrain from canceling or non-renewing policies for non-payment of premiums during the public health emergency
  • Enrollees can obtain a one-time refill of prescriptions 
  • Telemedicine is to be covered equally with in-person visits
New York

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans, unless otherwise noted:

  • All cost-sharing for COVID-19 testing is waived, including office visits, urgent care visits, and emergency room visits
  • Telehealth services are to be covered at parity with in-person services
  • Large employers must provide 14 days of paid sick leave for any quarantine or isolation order; mid-size employers sand small employers worth more than $1 million must provide 5 days of sick leave; small employers must provide job-protected, unpaid leave for the duration of any quarantine or isolation order
North Carolina

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • State-regulated health plans have been requested to limit burdens for testing, and access to drugs and telehealth services, in order to eliminate cost-sharing for medically necessary screening and testing
North Dakota

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • State-regulated health plans are required to cover and remove prior authorization requirements for telehealth services with no cost-sharing
  • Cost-sharing for COVID-19 is waived, including testing and associated visits
Ohio

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • COVID-19 testing and treatment are determined to be emergency services, so insurers must not impose cost sharing greater than in-network and must not apply prior authorization
  • State-regulated health plans are required to give insureds the option of deferring premium payments for 60 days from each due date. They also must permit employees to remain covered with reduced hours and employers to continue offering coverage with fewer employees actively at work
Oklahoma

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • All cost-sharing for COVID-19 testing is waived, including office visits or urgent care center visits
  • All copays for telehealth services are waived
  • State-regulated health plans cannot cancel coverage for anyone diagnosed with COVID-19 for 90 days
  • State-regulated health plans must extend the normal 30-day grace period for non-payment of premiums to 60 days
  • 60-day supply may be filled for 30-day prescriptions
  • All restrictions on pharmacies doing mail orders are waived
Oregon

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • Telehealth services for all conditions, not just COVID-19, should be made available, if medically appropriate
  • State-regulated health insurance plans have been temporarily required to extend grace periods for premium payments, postpone policy cancellations and nonrenewal, and extend deadlines for claims reporting
  • Cost-sharing for COVID-19 testing and any future vaccine is waived
Pennsylvania

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • State-regulated health insurance plans have been asked to consider relaxing due dates for premium payments, extending grace periods, waiving late fees/penalties, and allowing for payment plans when necessary to avoid a lapse in coverage
Rhode Island

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • Coverage of COVID-19 testing and screening should be without prior authorization and without patient cost-sharing
  • State-regulated health plans must permit all in-network providers to offer clinically appropriate, medically necessary telehealth
South Carolina

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • Patients on state-regulated health plans have been provided relief from certain insurance requirements: 
    • Extension of premium payment deadlines
    • Postponement of policy cancellations and nonrenewal
    • Limitations on use of out-of-network providers waived
    • Relaxed prescription drug formulary limitations to ensure access to prescription drugs resulting from access issues
    • Waiver of fees, penalties or other assessments in relation to a temporary inability to submit premium payments as a result of the pandemic
South Dakota

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • State-regulated health plans are urged to allow early refills of prescription drugs when appropriate, to make reasonable accommodations for premium payment, and to refrain from canceling coverage for individuals diagnosed with COVID-19
  • Testing and related office visits must be provided with no cost-sharing
Tennessee

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • State-regulated health plans have been asked to waive any cost-sharing for COVID-19 testing, and in-network provider visits, urgent care visits, and emergency room visits associated with the test
Texas

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • Cost-sharing, such as copayments, co-insurance, and deductibles, for COVID-19 testing is waived – including cost of the visit to get the test and related testing services
  • Cost-sharing for telemedicine services is waived
  • Penalties, restrictions and claim denials for out-of-network services are waived
  • Authorization for up to a 90-day supply of any prescription medication
  • State-regulated health plans are encouraged to allow for continuing insurance coverage through extended grace periods for payments and temporary suspension of premium payments
Utah

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • State-regulated health plans have been asked to remove barriers to testing by waiving cost sharing
  • State-regulated health plans are encouraged to allow insureds to obtain one-time refills of prescription medications before the scheduled refill date, in order to maintain an adequate supply
  • State-regulated health plans have been asked to ensure access to telehealth
Vermont

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • State-regulated health plans are required to cover and reimburse for telehealth and audio-only visits the same as an in-person, including for mental health visits
  • State-regulated health plans are required to cover triage calls without cost-sharing
Virginia

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • State-regulated health plans are providing COVID-19 testing and treatment with no consumer cost sharing
Washington

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • Cost-sharing, such as co-payments, co-insurance, and deductibles, for COVID-19 testing is waived
  • Suspension of all prior authorization requirements for treatment or testing of COVID-19
  • Allows for a one-time early refill for prescription drugs
  • Requires expansion of coverage to provide telehealth
West Virginia

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • State-regulated health plans have been requested to provide telehealth services with coverage at parity with other services
  • State-regulated health plans have been asked to waive cost-sharing on testing, office/ER visits, out-of-network necessary visits, immunizations, and encourage telehealth
  • State-regulated health plans are required to cover a one-time early prescription refill and permit a 90-day supply; insurers should make formulary exceptions if needed, encourage mail order prescriptions, and are strongly suggested to cover out of network prescriptions at no additional cost if shortages occur
Wisconsin

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • State-regulated health plans are to waive any cost-sharing for COVID-19 laboratory and radiology tests as well as provider office visits, urgent care visits, hospital visits, and an emergency room visit related to testing for COVID-19
  • State-regulated health plans are requested to allow insureds to fill and refill prescription medications for up to a 90-day supply or until the prescription expires
Wyoming

Your state has been approved to receive federal funding to pay out additional benefits to unemployed workers. Eligible workers will receive $300 in addition to their current unemployment benefits.

The below pertains to individuals on state-regulated health plans:

  • State-regulated health plans are asked to waive cost-sharing for testing related to COVID-19
  • State-regulated health plans are asked to utilize telehealth services

 

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Last updated 5/5/20