Obamacare: Covered California extends deadline to April 15
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State health care exchange web site flooded with users trying to make deadline
As a result of Monday's website problems, Covered California will allow anyone who was unable to create an online account an extension until April 15. But they will need to work with a certified insurance agent, certified enrollment counselor, Covered California call center representative or county eligibility worker to complete their applications.