About 36% of nonelderly adults delayed or did not get health care because they were worried about exposure to coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) or because a health care provider organization limited consumer services because of the pandemic. About 76% of those with delayed or forgone health care had one or more chronic health conditions, such as hypertension, diabetes, respiratory illness, heart disease, cancer, kidney disease, or mental health disorders. About 33% of those reporting delayed or forgone health care said their health conditions worsened or reported limitations to their ability to work or perform other daily activities. Share . . .