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Obama administration officials said Saturday — the deadline to improve the problematic ObamaCare website — the site “performed well” and that overnight upgrades have improved response times and reduced errors.

“The team continues to make technical enhancements to the site over the weekend,” said Centers for Medicare and Medicaid spokeswoman Julie Bataille. “With upgrades [Friday] night and those planned for tonight, the team is continuing its ongoing work to make work smoothly for the vast majority of users.”

The centers has scheduled a conference call with reporters for 9 a.m. Sunday in Washington to give a fuller report on whether the administration met its self-imposed, Nov. 30 deadline.

Bataille said the installation of new servers Friday night helped improved the response times and error rates, even with heavier-than-usual weekend traffic.