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(Reuters) — About 6.4 million Americans have enrolled for individual insurance plans for 2015 through HealthCare.gov, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell said on Tuesday.
HealthCare.gov sells individual plans created by the national healthcare reform law in 36 states. The rest of the states, including California and New York, have their own online exchanges, and those figures are not included in these latest numbers.
About 1.9 million new customers have signed up, and the balance or 4.5 million are re-enrollments, Burwell said during a news briefing. About 30% of re-enrollments were from people who actively signed up for coverage in 2015, she said.
Nearly 740,000 people have selected or re-enrolled into a qualified health plan across 13 state based-exchanges, according to state-released estimates.