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Original publish date: December 11, 2014, Revised 2019 - 2021
Hello, You will want to speak with our sales team about the options available to your son. You can reach them at 855-599-1515. ~ Heather
I would like to purchase health insurance for my youngest son that lives at home. He is 20 years old. I am going off cobra and will be transitioning to Medicare but can't do that until july 2021. I may also be interested in gap insurance from now until I can begin medicare plan b.
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