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In one of the worst pandemics to hit the U.S., tens of millions of people are still without health insurance


Despite surges of unemployment brought on by the pandemic, the country’s uninsured rate might have remained relatively steady this year, according to a new analysis of administrative data by the Kaiser Family Foundation, a health-care think tank.

Substantial Medicaid and Affordable Care Act marketplace enrollment over the past several months could have helped offset employer-sponsored health coverage loss, KFF found, as preliminary Medicaid data charted a 6.1% increase in enrollment between February and July, and managed-care plan enrollment in 30 states rose about 11.3% between March and September.

Individual health-insurance market enrollment remained…


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