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Among Pennsylvanians age 50-64, 12.2% of Hispanic/Latino adults are uninsured, as are 9.3% of African American/Black adults, 8.2% of Asian American adults, and 5.1% of White adults. “These changes will provide significant savings for Pennsylvanians who otherwise do not have access to healthcare,” states Joanne Grossi, AARP Pennsylvania State President. “The increased subsidies, along with the special enrollment period to help with COVID-19 relief, could help close racial disparities in health insurance coverage.”
Find out more about Pennie, the state’s health insurance marketplace, at Pennie.com or call 844-844-8040. This provision went into effect April 1, overlapping with a special enrollment period which was designed to help people who lost their employer-based health insurance due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The special enrollment period ends on August 15.
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