The Obama administration announced Monday that it would delay the Obamacare website, but did not say when the website would be up and running.

The move comes just days after the administration announced it would cancel the implementation of Obamacare subsidies that had helped millions of Americans get health insurance.

The website was supposed to be online in less than three weeks.

However, the White House has said the website is not over and that it is still being rebuilt.

“We know we’re not done.

We’re working on it,” the White the administration said in a statement.

The delay was not the first time the administration has postponed a major project.

In February, the administration also delayed the rollout of the Affordable Care Act for another week.