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More Oklahomans signing up for health insurance - 8/20/2021

As COVID-19 cases surge again in Oklahoma, there is some positive news on the state’s health care front.

The federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services announced recently that nearly 34,500 Oklahoma residents have gained health insurance through the Affordable Care Act exchange, commonly known as Obamacare.

That preliminary enrollment figure for Feb. 15 to July 15 is more than double what Oklahoma has seen in recent years.

The reason for the spike: President Joe Biden signed an executive order earlier this year to allow people to sign up or change their plans outside of the normal open enrollment that runs from November to mid-December.


























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