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Nobody should lose health insurance during a pandemic - or anytime else | READER COMMENTARY

Medicare for All is a political proposal that could mean a government-run, single-payer health care system, or a system allowing Americans to buy into Medicare at age 50, also called Medicare for More. It differs from the Affordable Care Act, which left private insurers paramount.
Medicare for All is a political proposal that could mean a government-run, single-payer health care system, or a system allowing Americans to buy into Medicare at age 50, also called Medicare for More. It differs from the Affordable Care Act, which left private insurers paramount. (JIM WATSON/AFP // Getty Images)

Kudos to state insurance regulators for forbidding insurers from cancelling or refusing to renew health policies through September (”State stops health insurers from canceling policies during pandemic,” Aug. 5).

But heaven help us starting in October! How much better would be coverage under the tax-based Medicare for All. Everybody gets covered during the pandemic and after as well.

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Roderick N. Ryon, Towson

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