Only two “navigators” in Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast have been licensed by the state, two business days before people with that title are supposed to help the uninsured get health coverage in an online marketplace.
Of about 150 navigators statewide, an updated list from the state’s Department of Financial Services Friday afternoon showed 84 have applied and 31 have been approved.
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