Eight major Oregon insurers agree to waive co-pays, deductibles for COVID-19 testing

An image of the coronavirus from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Most large private Oregon insurers will waive the patients’ share in the cost of testing for COVID-19, Gov. Kate Brown’s office announced Thursday afternoon as the state braces for a growing number of cases of the novel coronavirus.

Brown’s office reached an agreement with eight major private insurers to . . .

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