Nothing brightens our Twitter feeds like a few good health policy valentines ― except maybe a haiku or two. Tweeters showered us with love this season, writing poetic valentines about covid-19 testing and booster shots, the No Surprises Act, and more. Here are some of our favorites, starting with the winning tweet from @AlanJCard.
Corona the virus,Corona the beer,Maskless at the bar,You can get them both here.The people running this showDon’t seem to be listening,So be my Valentine, dear; We’ll do joint social distancing.#HealthPolicyValentines
— Alan J. Card (@AlanJCard) February 10, 2022
Love is patientLove is kindReimbursement for your at-home COVID testsIs currently running 6-8 months behind#HealthPolicyValentines
— Zach Lipton (@zachlipton) February 10, 2022
— Lana Slavitt (@somuchweirdness) February 10, 2022
Heart-shaped candy,and a single red rose.These gifts are quite dandy,As everyone knows.But my wish for you, love,It’s sweeter than sin.Congressionally-mandated affordable insulin.#HealthPolicyValentines @KHNews pic.twitter.com/4T7TvivYMc
— CURA Strategies (@curastrategies) February 9, 2022
Whether a narrow-network plan, or exclusively dating,If you go out-of-network, you’ll need arbitrating.#HealthPolicyValentines
— Ezra Golberstein (@EGolberstein) February 10, 2022
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