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- Transcript We are reaching out because there are important updates to your health coverage options. Through the Affordable Cares Act, you can get access to additional free health care coverage for you, your family and or spouse. The program has the following benefits please listen. To opt out and stop receiving calls, press one at any time. To opt out and stop receiving calls, press one at any time. Otherwise, please continue to listen. The Affordable Cares Act allows you to get access to healthcare without the burdensome cost. Some of the benefits of the Affordable Cares Act include the following no time limits exist on care most screenings are covered free of charge. Prescriptions and medications are significantly cheaper or even free. If you've you have preexisting conditions, you cannot be denied coverage. If you are disabled, you are 100% covered. If you have no income or are unemployed, you could be eligible for this program. Remember, this program is free to enroll. To speaker.
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