As of August 10, 9,515 COVID-19 labor compensation claims were reported for July, bringing the year's total to 31,612 claims, or 10.2% of all California job injury claims by 2020, the California Workers' Compensation Institute reported Tuesday.
Updated figures for May and June show increases in COVID-19 claims for each of these months, as the number of COVID-19 claims with June damage more than doubled from 4,438 claims from July 6 to 10,528 claims from as of August 10, while COVID-19 claims with damaged dates from May rose from 3,899 cases to 4,606 claims. This 18.4% increase indicates a "time lag in the application, reporting and registration of many COVID-19 claims," said Oakland, California-based CWCI in an analysis.
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CWCI projects can ultimately be 29,354 COVID-19 claims with damaged dates from July and 56,082 COVID-19 claims with January to July damaged dates, according to a statement.  Healthcare workers continue to account for the largest share of California's COVID-19 claims, filing 38.7% of the claims filed in the first seven months of this year, followed by public safety / government workers, who accounted for 15, 8% of COVID -19 receivables.
The rounding of the top five industries based on COVID-19 claims volume was retail (7.9%), manufacturing (7.0%) and transportation (4.7%), according to the analysis.
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