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TUESDAY, Dec. 24, 2013 (HealthDay News) — The Obama Administration on Tuesday once again extended the deadline for people to register for health insurance coverage on Healthcare.gov.

The new extension follows a 24-hour “grace period” that was granted on Monday — beyond the original deadline of Monday 11:59 pm –for benefits that would kick in on Jan. 1.

In an blog Tuesday on the HealthCare.gov website, the Obama Administration said that people who could prove that trouble on the Healthcare.gov website had hindered them from signing up would be granted an extension.

“Even though we have passed the Dec. 23 enrollment deadline for coverage starting Jan. 1, we don’t want you to miss out if you’ve been trying to enroll,” the administration said in the blog.

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