When the COVID-19 public health emergency ends, millions of Americans are expected to lose Medicaid coverage.

With the public health emergency winding down, states will be permitted to evaluate recipients’ continued Medicaid eligibility and, in many cases, declare ineligible many who currently are enrolled in the program.

But how many people will lose their Medicaid coverage?

The National Association of Medicaid Directors summarizes estimates from the Urban Institute, the Kaiser Family Foundation, and the Department of Health and Human Services on how many people will lose their Medicaid coverage in its blog entry “The Unwinding: Making Sense of Statistics.”