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If you or someone you know needs health insurance, it’s time to act by visiting HealthCare.gov right now to enroll. Open Enrollment only happens once each year, and you must sign up by December 15 to get coverage for 2020.
If you need health insurance, it could be cheaper than you think: Nearly 9 out of 10 people who enrolled in health coverage through HealthCare.gov last year qualified for financial help to make their monthly premiums more affordable. Most people can find a health insurance plan for $75 or less per month.
Millions of Americans count on HealthCare.gov for quality, affordable healthcare and getting covered is easier than ever – for most people, it takes just ten minutes to submit an application and you can even apply on your cell phone. There are many ways to select a plan and enroll:
- You can visit HealthCare.gov or CuidadodeSalud.gov and sign up for coverage online.
- If you have questions about signing up or want to talk through your options with a trained professional, free and confidential assistance is just a call or click away. You can call the Marketplace Call Center at 1-800- 318-2596 or find local, in-person help by visiting LocalHelp.HealthCare.gov.
- You can also schedule an appointment with an expert who can answer questions and help you sign up. Make an appointment here.
If you had coverage through HealthCare.gov for 2019, you should come back to update your information and compare your options for 2020. Every year, plans and prices change, so you could save money by switching to a new plan that still meets your needs.
Being covered gives you and your family the peace of mind to know that if you get sick or have an accident, you’ll be able to get the care you need. Don’t miss your chance to sign up and get covered for 2020.
If you want to share your thoughts about an issue that’s important to you, you can send me an email any time using the form on my Senate website. You can also follow me on Facebook and Twitter. I look forward to hearing from you.
Mark R. Warner
PS: There is a very short window to sign up, and the Trump administration has slashed funding to help get the word out about this year’s Open Enrollment. That means it’s up to folks like you and me to get the facts out. Will you help us spread the word by forwarding this email and sharing the video below on Facebook or Twitter? Make sure your friends and family know that they have to sign up by December 15 to #GetCovered for 2020.