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But she is still covered by the employer's group plan until the end of April 2014.

I'm pretty sure the key is that even though her group coverage continues after her retirement, it's no longer sponsored by her current employer, but rather by a former employer. That emphasis on the word "current" also appears in my Medicare literature.

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