Biden administration releases $25 billion in Covid relief for providers after months of delay

WASHINGTON — The Biden administration on Friday announced plans to release more than $25 billion to health care providers to help with costs related to the Covid-19 pandemic, 11 months after the last major round of funding was released.

The funds will be the latest tranche from the total $187 billion lawmakers set aside to help health care providers battling the pandemic. Health care providers and lawmakers from both parties had in recent weeks ratcheted up pressure on the Department of Health and Human Services to release billions in unused funds.

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Biden administration releases $25 billion in Covid relief for providers after months of delay

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