The Seattle Times reported that wahealthplanfider.org was restored to service Saturday morning, after having been down since Tuesday. Information technology staff had been working to repair problems with the site.
Curt Kwak, chief information officer of the Washington Health Benefit Exchange, the public-private company that manages the exchange, said early data show solid operations for the website.
The exchange has not yet disclosed the cause of the four-day outage.
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