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An estimated 1 million uninsured Californians may be eligible for low-cost or no-cost coverage through Covered California, the state’s Affordable Care Act marketplace, as open enrolment begins in 2023.

According to Gov. Gavin Newsom's office, two-thirds of the 1.7 million Covered California consumers are eligible for comprehensive health coverage for as little as $10 per month, and others can get covered for no cost.

​​“Millions of Californians now have access to affordable health coverage and now is the time to go sign up for health insurance to keep yourself and your family healthy,” said Governor Newsom. “With the support of the Biden-Harris Administration, more Californians than ever before are insured with quality health coverage through Covered California. We won’t stop until every Californian – regardless of income or immigration status – has the health insurance they need and deserve.”

Newsom’s office reports that nine out of 10 Californians who sign up receive financial assistance.

Visit to find out about eligibility for financial assistance and to learn more.

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