American taxpayers are on the hook for the costs of this pandemic that will never be covered by government programs, according to a new study.
That means taxpayers will pay out about $200 billion in taxpayer-funded health-care bills this year alone.
The study by the Institute for Policy Studies, a think tank, found that the cost of treating patients with COVID will reach $1 trillion this year, or more than $4,000 per person, as the virus spreads.
The institute estimates that the U.S. could lose $50 billion in health-insurance coverage if the pandemic is not contained.
But the report says that the costs will rise dramatically as people get sicker.
The authors of the study, Jonathan Haidt and Matt Zwolinski, say that even though the United States has spent billions on prevention efforts, the current epidemic is costing the country $2.3 trillion.
“We’re going to have to find some way to get our economy going again,” Haidnett said.
“Because that is the only way to contain the spread.”
While many people are not aware of how much money is being spent on healthcare, the authors of this study say that it is already a huge financial burden for American taxpayers.
“Americans are paying for this, and we don’t really have any plans to stop,” Hinkert said.
Haids and Zwolski say that the current crisis is already costing the U,S.
government more than the annual spending by other countries.
The U.K. spent about $300 billion on healthcare in 2014 alone, the study says.
The average American spent $6,637 on healthcare out of every $100 of income.
That’s nearly double the spending by France, which spent $3,845 on healthcare.
The researchers said that if Americans stopped paying their healthcare bills, they could easily lose $150 billion in tax revenue.
“If Americans stop paying their bills, we can easily lose another $150 to $200 in government revenue,” Hidenet said.
That would put a dent in the federal deficit and hurt the federal government in the long run, the researchers say.
But it is unlikely that a change in policy will change the current situation.
While the government is not legally obligated to provide health insurance to Americans, the United Kingdom and Canada have passed laws that allow them to do so.
The House of Commons voted in December to repeal a tax law that made it harder for people to buy insurance in the U., which would have cut federal spending.
The Senate passed a bill to fund the federal budget through February, but the White House has said that the legislation will not be brought to the House floor until at least April.
But Haid and Zzwolsk say that Congress has the authority to address this crisis through legislation.
Hidenets analysis found that, based on the costs incurred so far, it would cost about $5 billion to make the Uruguay government’s health insurance coverage work.
In the U.-southern country, health care costs would be higher.
In a survey of over 600 doctors and nurses, a majority of respondents said they expected that their own paychecks would be cut if they started providing health insurance.
Health insurance is the cheapest and most reliable form of insurance available in the United Sates, but it is expensive and is not easy to obtain.
Health care costs can be a drag on the economy.
The American Medical Association and the American College of Physicians said in a statement that the government’s approach to healthcare should be based on cost-benefit analysis and not just on the health of the individual.
But that approach has been rejected by other groups, including many Republicans, who say that government programs should only cover the most expensive patients, not the uninsured.
A study from the Urban Institute found that Americans pay about $3 trillion annually in taxes to support the country’s healthcare system.
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