President Donald Trump’s administration said it’s confident that the U.S. government can handle the new online health care exchange.
But as of Monday, the rollout was still not complete.
Here’s what we know so far.
Trump is expected to announce an overhaul to the U,s HealthCare, on Tuesday.
The new website will offer coverage to Americans on a fixed-income, employer-based plan and a hybrid plan that includes some of the features that the Obama administration put into place.
The administration says it will also create a new HealthCare Credit to help people with pre-existing conditions pay for premiums and other costs associated with the exchange.
Trump has said that his administration will “make changes” to the Obamacare exchanges.
The White House says Trump’s plan is being drafted “in the hopes of improving our current system, while at the same time ensuring that every American can receive a good quality, affordable health care experience.”
Google Health offers a $1,000 health plan for up to five people, with coverage for maternity care, prescription drugs, dental, vision and emergency services.
That includes dental and vision, according to Google.
The health plan is only available in the U.S. for residents of the 50 states, Guam and Puerto Rico, as well as the U, P and U.K., the company said.
The company also said it plans to roll out the program nationwide in the coming months.
The company said the program will be available to all U..
S.-based residents of Guam, Puerto Rico and the U., P and/or U.UK in March 2018.
The health plan will be offered for free to all residents of Puerto Rico starting March 1, 2018.
The U.N. agency also said in a statement that Google Health was “part of a new model of healthcare that combines a universal access to affordable, quality health care, with the potential for personal, economic and social benefit.”
Google Health, which is based in Menlo Park, California, was founded in 2014 and aims to bring Google’s search and health services to more people around the world.