Community Health Centers Must Survive the Pandemic

Community Health Centers (CHCs)—also known as Federally Qualified Health Centers—are clinics that specialize in providing medical care (regardless of insurance status) and social services to the underserved and vulnerable communities. During the pandemic, these are the communities most impacted by Covid-19. As Sarah True reports, during the coronavirus pandemic, CHCs have added Covid-19 testing and care to their array of services, with 96% of CHCs able to administer tests. But True reports that federal coronavirus relief funds allocated to CHCs fall short of the need…

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