CuidadoDeSalud.gov, the website designed to allow Spanish speakers to enroll in ObamaCare coverage, is still not ready more than a month after the Obama administration promised it would be complete, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Federal health officials are now saying the site will be up and running by the end of November, giving consumers just three weeks if they want to sign up for coverage that begins Jan. 1, the paper reported.
The system is seen as crucial to the administration's goal of signing up millions of people under the new healthcare law by the end of March. Hispanics are the country's fastest growing minority group and also the most likely to be uninsured.
The Spanish-language website was a casualty of problems with HealthCare.gov, ObamaCare's primary online enrollment system, which has struggled under serious technical flaws since its debut on Oct. 1.