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COVID-19 claims in California fall nearly 99% in six months



Claims for compensation for COVID-19 in California fell nearly 99% in the past six months from the state's highest level of 43,109 coronavirus claims in December, the California Workers' Compensation Institute said in a bulletin published Thursday.

Monthly statements of COVID-19 compensation claims for workers fell to a minimum 16-month level in June, but late reporting of claims in the state applies, says CWCI.

Coronavirus workers comp claims for May and June amounted to 668 and 453, respectively, but are likely to tick off the reporting of additional claims from previous months.

In total, workers in California have compensated 147,758 COVID-19 workers from January 1

, 2019 to June 30, 2021, including 1,012 deaths. [19659002] Whereas in December 2020, approximately 95% of coronavirus claims were reported within 14 days of the alleged date of injury, but this decreased to 65% in May 2021. Between 89% and 91% of non-coronavirus claims were reported within two weeks of alley d injury during same time frame.

Agricultural workers most recently reported COVID-19 claim 2021 with 60.6% reporting within 14 days after alleged illness, with public safety / government workers reporting immediately to 68.2%, workers in administration and waste sector at 78.4% and teachers at 79.7%.

CWCI stated that the decline in COVID-19 claims reported within two weeks of the alleged acquisition "may be early evidence of the long-term impact of COVID-19 claims or changes in the level of attorney involvement."

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