One half a million people were getting health insurance through ACA in 2021 -Biden - - More than 4.6 mln got the insurance by 2021 -

One half a million people were getting health insurance through ACA in 2021 -Biden - - More than 4.6 ...

WASHINGTON, Dec 22 - More than four million people gained health care in the United States in 2021 through the Affordable Care Act (ACA), amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, said the president of the United States on Wednesday.

The new "enabled" version of a worldwide law which established the 2010 market in January to expand the economy's online insurance market, added that "an all-time high" of more than 12,6 million Americans has signed up in the six weeks following Nov. 1

As a result of this year's enrollment figures, the nation's second year is full of research into the novel coronavirus, which led to 535.700 reported cases according to and upended the economy.

"Before fighting the pandemic, it's more important than ever to continue to expand coverage and lower the cost," Biden told the White House in a statement released.

Americans still qualify for health care with a cost of $75,000 ($27,000.) - he added.

In addition, Biden pointed to the build back better plan's plans to expand coverage for medical insurance, including the provision that would allow the poor to access the Medicaid program in the states that hadn't expanded access to the ACA.

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