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=====Highlights of Healthcare.gov===== =====Highlights of Healthcare.gov=====
 +**New February 2019**
 +Have you received your new Medicare card? They've finished mailing them out so you should have it by now. If you have received it be sure to destroy your old card so you don't risk identity theft. Be careful with the new one too -- act like it's a credit card and protect it the same way! That goes for your Medicare number too --- thankfully it is no longer the same as your Social Security number! If you haven't gotten your card you should take action. You can call the Medicare call number 10800 MEDICARE or, if you have an account with My Medicare.gov you can log in and print out your new card.  
**Update December 2018** **Update December 2018**
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