We encourage you to learn more about the COVID-19 coronavirus by visiting the website of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Centers for Disease Control & Prevention Updates

COVID-19 vaccines

Vaccines for COVID-19 will continue to be covered as a preventive service with no cost shares, when administered by an in-network provider. Cost sharing may be applied when a vaccine is administered by an out-of-network provider.

Vaccines are now more widely accessible in the U.S. and they are safe and effective.  Learn more and find out where you can get your vaccine at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website.

CDC Vaccine Information


COVID-19 Testing Coverage

Testing (including diagnostic testing) for COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, is covered under the Health Trust medical plans with applicable cost shares.

At home COVID-19 test kits are not reimbursable under the health plans.


See a Provider Online from your Home

Medical experts recommend using virtual health care options when possible, as it can help prevent the spread of infectious diseases, and improve access to care. Telehealth is a safe and effective way for members to see a doctor to receive health guidance related to COVID-19 from their homes via smart phone, tablet or computer.

Anthem’s LiveHealth Online program is available to MMEHT members.  Using LiveHealth Online, you can have a private video visit with a doctor via technology to assess your symptoms and determine if testing for COVID-19 is warranted.  You may also get quick care for a common health issue, or access a provider through the Employee Assistance Program (EAP).

In addition, Anthem’s Sydney Care App now includes a symptom assessment tool. This will give you a quick and easy way to assess your symptoms and then, if you choose to, the app can connect you with a doctor through a LiveHealth Online video session or a Virtual Care text session right from your phone.