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Essential Worker Shoulders $1,840 Debt For Trying To Get Tested For COVID-19

Carmen Quintero couldn't get a coronavirus test but ended up with a huge bill for trying to. She also was told to self-isolate and had no choice but to use vacation time to stay home from work.

Pro-mainland supporters in Hong Kong hold Chinese and Hong Kong flags during a rally to celebrate the approval of a national security law on Tuesday. Kin Cheung/AP hide caption

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China Enacts Security Law, Asserting Control Over Hong Kong

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Insurers must cover coronavirus testing, according to federal law, but medical visits to discuss symptoms may not be covered, unless a test is ordered at that time. ER Productions Limited/Getty Images hide caption

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She Went To The ER To Try To Get A Coronavirus Test And Ended Up $1,840 In Debt

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Mississippi State Health Officer Dr. Thomas Dobbs testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., in March. Dobbs says recent social events have contributed to jumps in coronavirus cases in Mississippi. Nicholas Kamm/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Mississippi Health Officer: Wear A Mask Because Coronavirus 'Isn't Going Anywhere'

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A medical worker walks past a row of ambulances parked outside Houston Methodist Hospital on June 22. The hospital is treating a current surge of COVID-19 cases. Callaghan O'Hare/Reuters hide caption

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'Each Day It's More And More': Houston Hospital Makes Room For COVID-19 Surge Cases

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Five trailers serving fried fair foods, drinks and dessert set up in a parking lot at the Atrium in Pennsylvania's Butler County. Kiley Koskinsky/WESA hide caption

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Have A Corn Dog: Fair Food Without The Fair

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Actor, director and author Carl Reiner, pictured at his home in Beverly Hills, Calif., in May 2003. Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption

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Carl Reiner, Actor, Director, Writer, Producer And Mensch, Dies At 98

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