Helping You Navigate COVID-19
What You Need to Know About the COVID-19 Vaccine
- COVID-19 vaccines are approved by the FDA using Emergency Use Authorization (EUA)
- North Carolina is now distributing vaccines
- The vaccine will be available to the public in phases. Learn more about who is eligible to receive the vaccine first.
- The vaccine is available at no cost to all our members
Resources for Members
- Virtual and over-the-phone doctor's visits are covered (telehealth)
- Updated member coverage and benefits
- Early prescription refills and no refill limits
Find Health Care
- Find COVID-19 testing sites and health care near you
- What to do if you are sick or have an emergency
- How to find care for non-COVID-19 illnesses
Need Insurance Coverage?
- Shop for a new health insurance plan
- How to buy a plan if you've lost coverage during COVID-19
- Short-term coverage information and options
Resources for Providers
- Use virtual care for patients when possible
- No prior review for COVID-19 tests and care
- Faster claim processing and payments
Read more about COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and managing your health during a global pandemic.
While social distancing has been a definite adjustment, we’ve seen it bring a lot of good. We’ve heard countless stories of the helpful neighbor buying groceries for their elderly friends, citizens sewing cloth masks to share with high-risk populations and people donating food.
As the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds, there is a lot of uncertainty about the crisis. With so much new information surfacing and new articles being shared online – which seem to give different advice every hour – it can be difficult to be sure that what you’re reading is true.
What Blue Cross NC is doing for its employees and communities
Blue Cross NC is taking steps to help our members, employees and communities prepare, stay healthy and get the care they need.
We’ve made policy and coverage changes to take care of both our employees and our communities throughout North Carolina during the COVID-19 crisis. We’re also providing an additional $5 million to support organizations that address these critical community needs.