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Financial Instability and Delays in Access to Sexual and Reproductive Health Care Due to COVID-19

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2022

This article discusses the prevalence of delays in access to sexual and reproductive health care due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with varying COVID-19 context and state government response. The conclusion summarizes that access to contraception was curtailed during the COVID-19 pandemic, especially for those who experienced employment and financial instability. Individuals’ and clinics’ ability to mitigate these effects were likely dependent on state context and response to the pandemic, among other factors.

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