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Child Uninsured Rate Rises by Biggest Annual Jump in More than a Decade
State-by-State Report and Interactive Data Hub to be Released Friday, Oct. 9

The number of uninsured children increased by 726,000 between 2016 and 2019, reversing a long-standing positive trend, according a new report released by the Georgetown University Center for Children and Families (CCF). Coverage losses were widespread, with a majority of states showing statistically significant increases.
Join CCF and special guests to take a closer look at what’s happening in your state and why. 



Date:  Friday, October 9
Time: 1:15 p.m. ET  
  • Joan Alker, Georgetown University Center for Children & Families Executive Director
  • Steven Lopez, UnidosUS Director of Health Policy
  • Zaida Dedolph, Children’s Action Alliance of Arizona President and CEO
  • Laura Guerra-Cardus, MD, Children’s Defense Fund Deputy Director

In addition to releasing its annual report, CCF will update its interactive data hub that allows reporters to take a more in depth look at child health care trends and compare a variety of metrics across states.
If you would like an embargoed copy of the report, please contact

The report will be published on by 12:01 a.m. Friday, October 9.
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