Final figures for Colorado's open-enrollment in private health insurance under the Affordable Care Act stand at about 124,000, according to state officials.
That number kept climbing after the March 31 deadline, when it topped 118,000, as those who started enrollment but were unable to complete it by month's end were allowed to finish.
The state insurance exchange, Connect for Health Colorado, said Monday that enrollment is now closed until Nov. 15, 2014.
Connect for Health, which opened for business Oct. 1, offered 150 plans for individuals and families through 10 insurance companies. Tax credits for enrollees averaged $277 a month.
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