About 30 million Americans remain uninsured, and the Kaiser Family Foundation recently estimated that the number of people with employer-based insurance dropped by two million to three million from March to September last year. But the foundation has also estimated that 85 percent of those who lost coverage were eligible for either Medicaid or for subsidies under the Affordable Care Act. As part of the National Strategy For the COVID-19 Response and Pandemic Preparedness, President Biden ordered the law’s federally run insurance marketplace to reopen for three months, from February to May 15, to help people struggling to find coverage.  https://www.healthcare.gov/ 

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