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November 1, 2020

Groups Provide Help in Choosing Health Care Options for Residents

The Dominion-Post – At the peak of the COVID-19 induced job loss crisis, an estimated 130,000 West Virginians lost their employment-based health insurance. Read the full article.

While those numbers have since come down significantly, Workforce West Virginia estimates that total employment in the state is down by about 45,000 since this time last year.

With that in mind, West Virginia Navigators, West Virginia for Affordable Health Care and the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy want West Virginians to know that open enrollment for Affordable Care Act coverage opens today and runs through Dec. 15 at healthcare.gov.

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