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2806.  (a) No employer, whether private or public, shall discontinue
coverage for medical, surgical, or hospital benefits for employees
unless the employer has notified and advised all covered employees in
writing of any discontinuation of coverage, inclusive of nonrenewal
and cancellation, but not inclusive of employment termination or
cases in which substitute coverage has been provided, at least 15
days in advance of such discontinuation.
   (b) If coverage is provided by a third party, failure of the
employer to give the necessary notice shall not require the third
party to continue the coverage beyond the date it would otherwise
terminate.
   (c) This section shall not apply to any employee welfare benefit
plan that is subject to the Employee Retirement Income Security Act
of 1974.
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