Quarantine means staying at a home or dwelling for 14 days starting on the day you were potentially exposed to COVID-19.
At Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont, we have always worked diligently to keep our premiums as lean as possible. This year is no different. Unlike many insurers, BCBSVT is a non-profit company and therefore our rates reflect the actual cost of care, and do not have profit margins built in.
Getting out into the sunshine is the best part of summer. But even in the great outdoors, it’s important to take steps to keep yourself and others safe from the virus. Here’s what you need to know.
If you’re feeling a little “off” during the global pandemic, you’re not alone! But how do you know when those feelings are cause for concern? We help you identify the signs.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Vermont Department of Health (VDH) are closely monitoring an outbreak of the Coronavirus respiratory illness (officially called "2019-Novel Coronavirus" or "COVID-19")
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont is committed to supporting our members, providers, and the Vermont community during these uncertain times
Effective immediately, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont (Blue Cross) will waive out-of-pocket costs for members who need in-patient treatment for COVID-19
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Health plan matches all gifts dollar for dollar, is “humbled” by employees’ generosity
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Health plan donates 140 handmade masks, honors hospital staff with luncheon.