In a potential boon for those uninsured during the pandemic, Maryland health insurance rates to drop

About 70,000 people have signed up so far during a special enrollment period that began in March and continues to mid-December for those who lost their insurance along with their jobs during the pandemic. That included about 25,000 who bought private plans and an additional 45,000 who qualified for Medicaid, the federal-state health program for low-income people.

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