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Republicans are weighing a short-term extension for federal unemployment benefits


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Republicans are weighing a short-term extension for federal unemployment benefits

Welcome to Dispensed Daily, your daily dose of healthcare news from Business Insider’s healthcare editor Lydia Ramsey Pflanzer. Subscribe here to get this newsletter in your inbox every weekday. Hollis Johnson/Business Insider Hello, Today in healthcare news: more on the stimulus debates happening on Capitol Hill, an inside look at Medly Pharmacy’s latest fundraise, and Ireland’s contact-tracing…

Republicans are weighing a short-term extension for federal unemployment benefits

Welcome to Dispensed Daily, your daily dose of healthcare news from Business Insider’s healthcare editor Lydia Ramsey Pflanzer. Subscribe here to get this newsletter in your inbox every weekday.

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Today in healthcare news: more on the stimulus debates happening on Capitol Hill, an inside look at Medly Pharmacy’s latest fundraise, and Ireland’s contact-tracing app gaining traction in the US


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A $600-a-week boost to unemployment benefits will expire at the end of July. Republican leaders and the White House are in talks about what to do next.

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Republicans are weighing a short-term extension for federal unemployment benefits, which would avoid a lapse in ramped-up payments for over 30 million Americans

Read the full story from Kimberly Leonard and Joseph Zeballos-Roig here>>


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One of Medly’s sites.

Medly Pharmacy


How pharmacy startup Medly raised $100 million to take on Amazon and drug-delivering giants

Read the full story from Blake Dodge here>> 


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Ireland’s COVID Tracker app.

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Ireland’s contact-tracing app has done so well that US states want to use it

Read the full story from Isobel Asher Hamilton here>>


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