Originally published: October 22, 2013
Last updated: October 22, 2013 - 3:36pm
Lost in the hubbub surrounding the malfunctioning HealthCare.gov is another missed deadline and closed door for millions of Americans seeking health insurance: Cuidado-DeSalud.gov.
The Spanish-language site still does not allow consumers to enroll for exchange coverage, a delay that was previously estimated by Administration officials to last until mid-October of 2013. A spokeswoman from the Health and Human Services Department declined to comment on when consumers will be able to sign up for health insurance on CuidadoDeSalud.gov and whether the additional delay is related to the malfunctions on the English language site, HealthCare.gov. Roughly 10.2 million Latinos in the United States do not have health insurance, according to HHS data.
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