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yes, Medicare covers delivery. Medicare is for those over 65 years old, and/or disabled and who have contributed to the Medicare system through payroll deductions. Although it would be unusual to deliver at age 65+ it is entirely possible to be disabled by Medicare standards and still get pregnant and deliver a baby.

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