According to the latest data, more than 100,000 Coloradans have sign up for private health insurance through the state’s exchange.
Open enrollment for Connect for Health Colorado started last month.
As of Monday, more than 136,000 residents have signed up for coverage.
Breaking down those numbers, more the 27,000 people enrolled for Medicaid and 932 signed up for CHP+, the state’s health plan for low-income children and pregnant women.
The exchange has also seen more than 108,000 enrollments in private insurance plans.