At today’s Massachusetts Health Connector board meeting, Sarah Iselin, special assistant to Gov. Deval Patrick tasked with cleaning up the website mess, said that the backlog of paper applications has been eliminated. The total number of paper applications a month ago was 50,000, and the state received an additional 22,000 new paper applications since then. Many of those individuals have been placed in temporary Medicaid coverage: That transitional program has grown to 125,000 from 84,000 in just the past week. That’s because vendor CGI Corp. failed to build a working website tool to determine which people are eligible for help paying for health insurance and which are not.