HealthCare.gov, as it looked to the few who saw it on the first day of operation. We now know how many people were able to get through the bugs in HealthCare.gov the first day and register for insurance: six. That’s according to meeting notes from a “war room” meeting on the afternoon of October 2 at the Center for Consumer Information and Insurance (CCII), the organization inside the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) responsible for oversight of the Affordable Care Act insurance program.

The notes, which were released October 31 by Republican members of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, detail the woes the site experienced on its first day.

The six lucky people who scored insurance on day one managed to succeed because their unique circumstances didn’t run into a fine sieve of feature problems that blocked most who tried from getting through the front door and derailed others quickly afterward.

The litany of woes detailed in the meeting:     

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