There were 578 claims for damages from COVID-19 in Florida in September, down from 2,469 in August, both steep declines from the peak time of 7,445 in July, according to a report published Friday by the state Treasury Department. Services, Department of Work Compensation.
As of September 30, 7,320 COVID-19 comp claims remain open and 13,901 have been closed since January, according to the report.
In total, since January, insurers have paid $ 30.8 million in medical expenses and compensation for COVID-19 claims. In total, insurers paid $ 418.2 million in all claims.
Of 21,221 applicants since January, 6,810 work in security services, including first-time inspectors, 6,243 work in the service industry, 5,71
Insurers have denied 9,322 claims since January, according to the report.
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