Also handled Covid like Canada! they can wait, Turtle to my son you will always be my baby boy love mom blanket but they can also afford to choose not to, that is perfectly fine. I think that’s wonderful.
Turtle to my son you will always be my baby boy love mom blanket
Here in the U.S. it is a decision we have to make each and every time. No insurance, forget it, you won’t get care. not only is it not “free”. But it’s largely unavailable at the moment. Turtle to my son you will always be my baby boy love mom blanket healthcare in Canada is not free either but it is way cheaper. Hi Debra Is it true then often parents will sit in their car in a hospital parking lot hoping their sick child will become well because of gross gauging of Emergency hospitalization fees drugs not covered by sane sane medical insurance like we carry thru my hospital plan when working as a full tome RN onto a tegistered savings or municipal plan whivh then converts into a retirement fund whereny th mrdicsl insurance will pay for some
Mine was 80% whike working but then a huge set of baby boomers retired and we could choose to pay extra to keep 80% coverage or let it drop to.70% coverage which I did My husband” s job for 20 odd years was in States with no coverage I kept our two children & him on plan till both kids left home or ended education I believe cutoff for kids was 25 years Lisa lived at home and attended fill time school like college,/university Now sje has deductions from her job I gind it troubling how bsd the gouging of insurance companies charge unfairly Gee no wonder the problems with poverty homelessness which we have an increading population here Not msny can afford an apartment rental let alone a house that’s how a good country should be set up! Germany and some other European countries have the same set up.