The Economic Policy Institute estimates that number is at 12 million people.
The offers made business sense at the height of the pandemic. Things are more complicated now.
The issue has big implications for workers' access to safety net benefits that have become crucial during the pandemic.
The employer-provided health insurance losses projected to come could cost the U.S. economy another 1.5 million to 2.5 million jobs.
More than 5 million people who lost their jobs lost their health insurance and didn’t find an alternative.
Millions of Americans are now uninsured after getting laid off.
The benefit allows you to keep your former employer's insurance plan — as long as you pay your former employer's share of the premium
The health plans, available to gig workers and the self-employed, are seeing an "influx of enrollment," one expert says.
Therapists and psychiatrists are just starting to submit their March bills.
More than 27 million Americans are uninsured, and millions more are underinsured, hampering public health efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19.