How much did you save in COVID-19 coverage?

A new report from Bloomberg Politics finds that, despite President Donald Trump’s insistence that COVID prevention is not about the government, coverage of the deadly virus has continued to increase.

In the first six months of the year, the government accounted for $1.2 trillion in COV-19-related costs, according to Bloomberg’s analysis of data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

That’s nearly two-thirds of the $2.2 billion the government spent on prevention in the first half of 2018.

But the total of government and private spending on COVID care also rose in the same period.

From March through July, government spending increased more than 6.5% to $1,634 billion.

The total spending on healthcare rose 9.5%, according to the study.

That means government spending on public health services rose 9% in six months.

The study also found that the number of insured people has increased slightly.

According to data from insurance firm Experian, the number that received COVID coverage rose 8% in the six months through July.

But the percentage of people covered by insurance has declined since then.

By contrast, the share of insured Americans that are receiving government COVID protection has remained steady at 18%.

The government has also stepped up its COVID training efforts, with the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (NICE) and the Centers of Disease Control, among others, pledging to increase the number and intensity of its COV prevention efforts, the Bloomberg report found.

It also found a significant rise in the number who have used COVID vaccine, as well as the number using the vaccine for the first time.

While there has been a slight drop in the percentage using COVID vaccines, the total number of COVID cases reported in the United States rose 13% in July, according the report.

In addition, the report found that people are spending less time in public places, which have also seen a decrease in cases.

People who are more likely to be in the workplace have also been shown to reduce their use of public transportation, according Bloomberg.

The findings suggest that people who live near a hospital or medical center, such as a doctor, are more exposed to the virus.

However, they also suggest that health care workers and other healthcare professionals are more susceptible to infection than people who work outside of the healthcare system, the study found.

According to the CDC, more than 80 million people were infected in the US during the six-month period ending in July.

That represents about one in six people in the country.

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