The state of Florida has paid more than $ 46 million in COVID-19 compensation for medical and damages benefits as of November 30, but the number of COVID-19 compensations per accident date dropped to a minimum of just over 1,000 in November compared to a maximum of 8,000 claims were filed in July, according to a report released Friday by the Florida Division of Workers Compensation.
At the end of November, the state accepted more than 25,000 workers' compensation claims. The majority of coronavirus claims accepted by the state come from protection services (34%), the service industry (28%) and healthcare (26%). each of the first three quarters of the year, with premiums falling 4.4% during the first quarter of 2020 compared to the first quarter of 201
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