Extended Open Enrollment Period For Health Insurance Plans in Nevada

The Coronavirus and Your Health Insurance; Update From Nevada Insurance Enrollment

LAS VEGAS - nvtip -- For a Limited Time, You Are Now Able To Enroll into a Qualified Health Plan

Because of the Coronavirus pandemic and Governor Sisolak's March 12th Emergency Declaration, Nevada has opened up an Exceptional Circumstance Special Enrollment Period (ECSEP).

Nevadans who missed the Open Enrollment Period may be able to enroll in a qualified health plan during this special time. This emergency SEP runs from March 17th, 2020 through April 15th, 2020.

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"I am calling on all uninsured Nevadans, even if you are healthy, to take advantage of this special opportunity to gain access to health insurance coverage through the exchange," Gov. Steve Sisolak said. "The COVID-19 virus is an unfortunate but important reminder that our health and well-being should be top priority and gaining access to insurance is a critical step in that process."

Heather Korbulic, the executive director of the Silver State Health Insurance Exchange, said Nevadans should see this as an integral time to ensure their coverage. "Nevadans deserve to have peace of mind to take care of all their health needs, and given today's exceptional circumstances, we are enabling those who are qualified to enroll and gain access to the vital services they may need," she said.

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