IT’S TIME TO GET INSURED, AMERICA.

16 million uninsured Americans are eligible for financial help. Are you one of them?

During COVID, it’s more important than ever to get insured.

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Millions of people could be insured but don’t think they can afford it.

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GET COVERED 2021
Uniting America for Everyone's Health

The 3 W’s to Reduce the Risk of COVID
547692AA-9CF3-4140-941A-E045412591D8 Wear a Mask
A30A0493-684D-4129-A517-3DFCAB36C638 Wash Your Hands
D00B71BC-7795-4131-BA86-666AE4819C1F Watch Your Distance

To fight COVID, wearing a mask is doing the right thing. It can save your life and the life of someone you love. Mask up for your children, parents, grandparents, friends and neighbors. Staying safe is all our responsibility.

Before shopping for affordable health coverage, here are some things to keep in mind.

Know the Deadlines
Don’t wait until the last minute! Open enrollment on Healthcare.gov ends Dec.15. Many states have later deadlines letting people enroll through Jan. 31.

Check for Financial Help
You may be eligible for financial help to pay for your coverage even if you think you don’t qualify. Check to see what is available in your state to make your coverage more affordable.

It’s Not Just About Your Premium — Look at the Total Cost
While selecting a plan, understand how much your coverage will cost for both the monthly premium and the potential out-of-pocket costs you may need to spend when you get care. Things like deductibles, copays and coinsurance could mean that the plan with the cheapest premium may not be the right plan for you.

Understand Your Health Needs
Think about you and your family’s care needs, including prescription drugs you take, or whether your preferred doctor is in the plan’s network. Find a plan that is the best fit in terms of cost, quality and coverage.

Get Free Help
You can get free, confidential help to get financial assistance and enroll in a health plan. Check with your state to see what help is available where you live.

We all have someone in our life who doesn’t have health coverage — even if we don’t know it. Here are things you can do today to make a difference.

Share your own personalized post:

  • What does having health insurance mean to you or your family?
  • Share a moment when your health coverage was important to you or your family.
  • Tell everyone where they can go to get insurance by adding this to your post: “To find out how you or a loved one can get covered too, go to GetCovered2021.org #GetCovered2021.”

Don’t forget to include #GetCovered2021 and the website GetCovered2021.org in your posts!

Spread the Word!

Click on one of the posts below to share on social media:

😷 Stay healthy,Get insured. I’ve got health insurance, and I don’t take it for granted. If you need insurance —chances are you can get it WITH financial help. Find a plan with financial help that works for you at GetCovered2021.org. #GetCovered2021
Taking care of our families and friends means wearing a mask and letting them know they can get health insurance. Join me in doing both! If you need health insurance —chances are you can get it WITH financial help. Check out how at GetCovered2021.org. #GetCovered2021

Join Us On Get Covered 2021 Day

On Dec. 10, we’re asking all Americans to speak with one voice to share how easy and important it is to get insured. Join us for Get Covered America Day.

GET COVERED 2021
UNITING AMERICA FOR EVERYONE'S HEALTH

The 3 W’s to Reduce the Risk of COVID
547692AA-9CF3-4140-941A-E045412591D8 Wear a Mask
A30A0493-684D-4129-A517-3DFCAB36C638 Wash Your Hands
D00B71BC-7795-4131-BA86-666AE4819C1F Watch Your Distance
To fight COVID, wearing a mask is doing the right thing. It can save your life and the life of someone you love. Mask up for your children, parents, grandparents, friends and neighbors. Staying safe is all our responsibility.

Before shopping for affordable health coverage, here are some things to keep in mind.

Know the Deadlines
Don’t wait until the last minute! Open enrollment on Healthcare.gov ends Dec.15. Many states have later deadlines letting people enroll through Jan. 31.

Check for Financial Help
You may be eligible for financial help to pay for your coverage even if you think you don’t qualify. Check to see what is available in your state to make your coverage more affordable.

It’s Not Just About Your Premium — Look at the Total Cost
While selecting a plan, understand how much your coverage will cost for both the monthly premium and the potential out-of-pocket costs you may need to spend when you get care. Things like deductibles, copays and coinsurance could mean that the plan with the cheapest premium may not be the right plan for you.

Understand Your Health Needs
Think about you and your family’s care needs, including prescription drugs you take, or whether your preferred doctor is in the plan’s network. Find a plan that is the best fit in terms of cost, quality and coverage.

Get Free Help
You can get free, confidential help to get financial assistance and enroll in a health plan. Check with your state to see what help is available where you live.

We all have someone in our life who doesn’t have health coverage — even if we don’t know it. Here are things you can do today to make a difference.

Share your own personalized post:

  • What does having health insurance mean to you or your family?
  • Share a moment when your health coverage was important to you or your family.
  • Tell everyone where they can go to get insurance by adding this to your post: “To find out how you or a loved one can get covered too, go to GetCovered2021.org #GetCovered2021.”

Don’t forget to include #GetCovered2021 and the website GetCovered2021.org in your posts!

Spread the Word!

Click on one of the posts below to share on social media:

😷 Stay healthy,Get insured. I’ve got health insurance, and I don’t take it for granted. If you need insurance —chances are you can get it WITH financial help. Find a plan with financial help that works for you at GetCovered2021.org. #GetCovered2021
Taking care of our families and friends means wearing a mask and letting them know they can get health insurance. Join me in doing both! If you need health insurance —chances are you can get it WITH financial help. Check out how at GetCovered2021.org. #GetCovered2021

Join Us On Get Covered 2021 Day

On Dec. 10, we’re asking all Americans to speak with one voice to share how easy and important it is to get insured. Join us for Get Covered America Day.