As of Thursday, June 11, the COVID-19 public health emergency is officially over in the United States. The sunsetting of the declaration, which was first put in place three years at the outset of a pandemic, has widespread implications for the cost of COVID tests and treatment. Cheddar News senior reporter Chloe Aiello breaks it all down. 

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