Unvaccinated People May Have to Pay More for Health Insurance

Not being vaccinated against the coronavirus could change the amount you pay for health insurance.

Companies are beginning to consider raising costs of health insurance for their employees who choose to skip getting vaccinated.

Delta Airlines has already announced that unvaccinated workers could expect to pay up to $200 more on their insurance starting next month.

Kelly O'Reilly, CEO and President of Ohio's Association of Health Plans told reporters:

“Employers are looking at it as an incentive to get their employees vaccinated. I also think it is an attempt to get control of some of the costs related to COVID.”

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