Does ObamaCare cover coronavirus AKA COVID-19 treatment and testing?
ObamaCare covers coronavirus. All marketplace plans cover FDA-approved coronavirus tests and vaccines with no out-of-pocket costs. The same is true for Medicaid/CHIP as well.
Not only does the Affordable Care Act require essential preventative services like tests and vaccines be covered under all plans (in most cases with no out-of-pocket costs), the COVID relief bills also mandated that insurance can't charge for FDA-approved COVID-related tests and vaccines for the duration of the public health emergency. With that said, even though some care like emergency care and care leading up to a test may be covered, there are still charges that can be incurred while seeking care, so make sure you coordinate with your healthcare providers and insurers.
For more, see HealthCare.Gov's "Marketplace coverage & Coronavirus.".
FACT: Luckily for those without coverage or with short term health plans, a bill was passed that includes provisions that made COVID-19 testing and vaccines free to substantially all Americans regardless of if they had coverage or their coverage type. This doesn't impact the cost of treatment, but it does impact the cost of testing and vaccination.