Plans in Pennsylvania and New Jersey are central to President Joe Biden’s covid-relief strategy and aim to help people who lost their jobs after the original enrollment periods.
Health Insurance Marketplaces Reopening In Pa., N.J. To Help With COVID-19 Relief
Pennsylvania will reopen its health insurance marketplace, dubbed Pennie, for a special enrollment period Feb. 15 through May 15 to allow people affected by the coronavirus pandemic to select a new plan. The move is in line with President Joe Biden’s decision to reopen the federal marketplace, healthcare.gov, as part of his COVID-19 relief efforts. New Jersey’s marketplace, Get Covered NJ, will also remain open through May 15. (Gantz, 2/3)
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Penobscot County Will Have A Mental Health Specialist Ride Along With Sheriff’s Deputies
A $750,000 federal grant will allow the Penobscot County Sheriff’s Office to