Commercial enrollment in Georgia has remained steady as hundreds of thousands of residents turn to subsidies on the federally facilitated health insurance exchange, which has two new participants for 2020. All six carriers will return in 2021. Meanwhile, many residents remain in the gap, unable to afford individual plans while being ineligible for Medicaid. The new Georgia governor is pursuing a waiver for alternative Medicaid expansion, which should increase access to medical care, but only minimally. As of August 2020, the state was battling the COVID-19 pandemic that was sweeping the nation.


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