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More than 10,000 Granite Staters sign up for Obamacare plans

Four weeks into Open Enrollment, millions of Americans continue to visit and sign up for Marketplace plans, demonstrating the strong demand for quality, affordable coverage.  Over 2.1 million people have selected plans using the platform since Open Enrollment began on November 1, including over half a million new consumers and 1.6 million consumers renewing their coverage, including 10,554 in New Hampshire.

“With plans available for less than $75 per month in premiums, 2.1 million Americans have already selected coverage through, more than had signed up at this time last year,” said Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell. “I hear from people across the country just how much coverage matters to them, so I continue to encourage all Americans who need health insurance for 2017 to visit and check out their options. Consumers should be sure to enroll by December 15th for coverage that starts January 1st.”

As in past years, enrollment weeks are measured Sunday through Saturday. Since this year Open Enrollment began on a Tuesday, the cumulative totals reported in this snapshot reflect two fewer days than last year’s Week 4 snapshot, yet enrollment exceeds last year’s total.

Consumers should visit or to review their coverage options, learn about what financial assistance is available, or to sign up or re-enroll in a plan that best meets their needs. And check out


Covering New Hampshire is the official, free resource for Granite Staters to learn about the Health Insurance Marketplace and the new, affordable health insurance plans that are now available. Covering New Hampshire aims to help people understand the new health care law and assist in connecting people with Health Insurance Marketplace. The organization also connects people with in-person assisters who will help them enroll and with organizations that can help them get coverage. For more information, go to