Updated: February 21, 2023
On this page, you will find information on COVID-19 and related Johns Hopkins US Family Health Plan (USFHP) coverage.
The public health emergency for COVID-19 will expire on May 11, 2023. This means that some of the temporary benefits and waivers that are now in effect will either end or be revised. All coverage, costs and benefits affected by the public health emergency will continue as indicated on this webpage until the emergency is no longer in effect.
COVID-19 vaccine information by state:
Johns Hopkins University and Medicine:
Coronavirus Resource Center
Everyone age 6 months and older can now receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Everyone age 5 and older can also receive a booster dose. Vaccine and booster authorization and guidelines.
Learn about COVID-19 vaccine safety.
- Johns Hopkins USFHP members will have no cost share for an FDA-authorized COVID-19 vaccine when received from an in-network provider or Walgreens pharmacy.
- Click your state’s link above to find your vaccine information and locations.
Get the care you need without leaving home. Talk to your provider about using telehealth services. You can also use Johns Hopkins OnDemand Virtual Care for video visits from 6 p.m. to 8 a.m. on weekdays and anytime on weekends.
As a TRICARE Prime® plan, Johns Hopkins USFHP follows TRICARE benefits for COVID-19-related services. Below, you’ll find a link to information that will help you understand how Johns Hopkins USFHP covers COVID-19 related health care services.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the TRICARE COVID page.
You can order four free at-home tests online directly from the federal government.
Walgreens limiting hours, closing some stores
Due to surges in COVID-19 cases and a shortage of labor, Walgreens has adjusted operating hours at, or temporarily closed, a limited number of stores. While the vast majority of Walgreens locations are open and operating with normal hours, Johns Hopkins USFHP members may encounter unexpected changes.
Early refill restrictions waived on prescription for at least 30-day supplies
Members can also consider getting a 90-day supply of maintenance medications you take on a regular basis. Visit COVID-19 – Frequently Asked Pharmacy Questions or our Pharmacy & Prescription Drug Benefits page to learn more about your prescription coverage.