Packham said that someone who was making $10 per hour

In Central Florida before being laid off could get coverage in the marketplace.

“That person would now be eligible for unemployment compensation, which is taxable income. And with the income that they earned before they were laid off, they could get a plan in the marketplace without paying anything for the premium.” — Packham.

Jenkins said that Florida Blue is working to support its members in the areas of testing and treatment.

“And we know that testing anyone that wants to receive testing, there’s no cost at all, which was really done by legislation. And as it relates to treatment, we are waiving all cost sharing during this crisis for treatment costs, and so that’s been something that we feel is important to support our members with,” — Jenkins.

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Jenkins also said that the company has also extended the deadline for people to pay their premiums.

“We’re extending the deadline through the end of this month, through May the 31st.. And we’re still in conversations about whether we do anything different.” — Jenkins.