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Updated: 11/22/2013 10:05 pm
Kentuckians continue to enroll in the state's new health care exchange.

Numbers released Friday show 56,000 people have enrolled since the program began October first. And the state says 41 percent of the people who have enrolled are under the age of 35.

Other numbers:

  • More than 492,000 unique visitors have looked at more than 13 million web pages.
  • A thousand small businesses have started applications for employee coverage.
  • The kynect call center has answered more than 146,000 calls.
Find out more here.
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