MNsure open enrollment begins Sunday

The open enrollment period runs Nov. 1-Dec. 22.
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Minnesotans can begin enrolling through MNsure to get health insurance coverage starting Sunday, Nov. 1. 

MNsure's open enrollment period, which runs until Dec. 22, allows people to enroll in plans, renew their current coverage or change private health insurance. 

Plans that are selected during this open enrollment time will be effective on Jan. 1, 2021. You can enroll online here.

"MNsure is the only place Minnesotans can access financial benefits that help lower the cost of health insurance and compare plans side-by-side to make sure you’re getting the coverage that meets your needs,” said CEO Nate Clark.

“But we also know it can be tough to know where to start. That’s why MNsure has a number of ways to get assistance with the enrollment process. We are here to help.”

During the open enrollment time, people can get help enrolling in plans for free through virtual meetings, phone appointments or in-person meetings. 

Click here for more on this or call the contact center at 651-539-2099 or 855-366-7873.

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