at 6:30. 3 Health Care Reform is here to stay. That's what President Obama said today, when he addressed this milestone... About 7-point- 1 million people signed up for coverage before the midnight deadline ... despite a series of Health-Care-dot-gov glitches. It's unclear the demographic of those enrolled. Younger, healthier people are essential to make this law work. But, a government official says the surge of enrollees yesterday DID include a good number of young people. The President says this success is something we should all be proud of. 3 3 It could be weeks before there's a final, official tally of how many people signed up. As for those who could NOT beat the deadline... either because they faced website problems... or simply, did not enroll in time... You may be wondering what to do next... Channel 4's Marques White joins us live from downtown, at the First Coast Multi Lines Agency... just one of those places offering help. Marques? 3 Some of those people who had issues signed up using a paper application. Some signed up using the help of agents here at the First Coast Multi-Lines Agency.For those people who don't have insurance yet -- they still have a few more options. 00-0605-111:04-1:101:21- 1:27People just like Richard Bailey had problems signing up for health care coverage.33646 Richard Bailey:/Aggravating. very aggravating. I mean it seems as soon as you get in and then you get going where you're in a good location, you just get locked out and you have to start all over.Agents say the calls and e-mails for help have been non-stop at First Coast Multi-Lines Agency. The agents are telling people what they can do if they still want coverage. People can log onto health-care-dot-gov and click on an option that says they were trying to sign up for coverage before the March 31st deadline.32445 MINCY POLLOCK/IF YOU DO THAT AND GO TO THE SITE WHERE YOU WERE HAVING PROBLEMS ENROLLING. YOU CAN CLICK THERE AND THERE WILL BE A FORM YOU CAN FILL OUT.Agents recommend that people seek out help so they can get proof that they tried to sign up -- which may assist them if they have issues getting coverage later.32322 MINCY POLLOCK/IT'S IMPORTANT TO HAVE A PAPER-TRAIL BECAUSE THEY'RE LOOKING TO KNOW IF YOU REALLY MADE AN ERNEST EFFORT.A local physcian and financial planner is glad so many people have coverage. Carolyn McClanahan says now that people have signed up for coverage -- insurance premiums COULD go up.10758 CAROLYN: we are going to have a bunch of new people in the system, that will be accessing the health care system and if it's all sick people and then the cost of care is going up.32811 NATS - HEALTH CARE AGENT - SAYING TO RICHARD BAILEY - "THERE YOU GO" Meanwhile people like Richard Bailey can't wait to get their coverage.33334 RICHARD Bailey:/I'm on medication. high blood-pressure medication. so i'm gonna need the insurance to make sure I stay alive People have until April 15th to go to the website and say they had issues.If you need assistance -- agents here at First Coast Multi Lines Agency say it is best to find some sort of agency to help you out They're open here at 521 North Liberty Street -- and you can log onto their website -- f-c-m-a-dot-us for help. And they're help is free. MW, C4, TLS. Marques, for the people who WANT insurance, but don't make enough to afford it, what are their options? 3 3 A reminder for those people who did NOT sign up by the deadline...you will be fined 95-dollars or 1-percent of your income - whichever is greater. That money will come out of your tax returns. If you'd like to review your options - we've posted them on our website, News4Jax-dot-com... as well as information about the resources still available. Look under top stories OR you can find it in our Health Care Reform section...under the "Health" tab.