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More than 500,000 people have signed up for Obamacare coverage during Biden's special enrollment period

April 7, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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More than 528,000 Americans have signed up for Affordable Care Act coverage on the federal exchange in the first six weeks of the special enrollment period President Joe Biden opened for the uninsured.

(CNN)More than 528,000 Americans have signed up for Affordable Care Act coverage on the federal exchange in the first six weeks of the special enrollment period President Joe Biden opened for the uninsured.

The states, which have among the highest uninsured rates in the nation, have had the most people selecting policies during this special enrollment period so far.

The President launched a special enrollment period to reopen access to the federal exchange on February 15.

Meanwhile, those looking for coverage and current enrollees on the federal exchange are now able to access extra premium subsidies approved as part of the recent $1. 9 trillion stimulus bill.

About half of the remaining 29 million uninsured Americans are now eligible for coverage through Medicaid or a zero-premium Obamacare plan, according to Kaiser.

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