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Military families enrolled in Tricare Prime receive waiver from fees for coronavirus vaccine


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WASHINGTON — Millions of people enrolled in Tricare Prime can now receive the coronavirus vaccine from an outside provider without incurring fees, according to the Defense Health Agency.

The waiver allows enrollees — excluding active-duty service members — to receive the vaccine at a non-network Tricare provider without incurring additional service fees. Typically, a person with Prime would have to receive a referral from their doctor to receive services from another clinic. The waiver will apply to about 3.3 million Tricare Prime enrollees, according to the Military Health System website.

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