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Friday 10 April 2020
The coronavirus pandemic hasn't just impacted public health — it's also put a heavy burden on many Americans' bank accounts. As of April 23, 2020, unemployment has skyrocketed past 20 percent and more than 25 million jobs have disappeared.
Even before the pandemic, about 25 percent of Americans couldn't afford to pay for their medications. Now, that percentage has undoubtedly increased.
Now, it's more crucial than ever before to use cost-saving strategies. With that in mind, this is what you should (and shouldn't) do when trying to save money on medications during COVID-19.
Although the COVID-19 outbreak has presented a number of challenges and risks to many Americans, an inability to afford prescriptions doesn't have to be one of them. With the help of the do's and don'ts outlined above, you can use smart strategies to save on the medications you need.
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