Did you pay for a COVID-19 vaccine? Washington wants to know

The Office of the Insurance Commissioner set up a website where people can file complaints on potential COVID-19 vaccine charges. Vaccines are supposed to be free.

WASHINGTON — The State of Washington wants to know if anyone is charged for receiving COVID-19 vaccines, which are supposed to be free for everyone living in the U.S.

The Office of the Insurance Commissioner set up a website where people can file complaints related to potential vaccine charges.

“We’re going to find that some people are finding some challenges that were not anticipated, and some providers and some health insurers may not have gotten the word the way

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