An uneven vaccine rollout means an uneven economic recovery
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We’re not all getting out of the pandemic at the same time, and that may leave lasting damage. Also on today's show: A new rule is giving patients access to all their medical records for free.
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It may take years for much of the world to match the U.S. and China, where bigger vaccine rollouts have sped up economic recovery.
If not for the pandemic, the ban on information blocking would be the biggest story in health care, a transparency advocate says.
Researchers think this temporary expansion could bring permanent changes to the SNAP program.
“I think I made the best decision I could,” said Whitney Robinson, a professor and public health expert.
The housing rush is fueled by the pandemic and the desire of people who can work remotely to get out of the city.