WISCONSIN — Of all the COVID-19 reported patients in Wisconsin, 14 percent of them are health care workers.
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The Wisconsin Department of Health Services has taken all of their data and broken it down to show how COVID-19 has different various areas and people.
One of their charts shows that 14 percent of all coronavirus patients within the state are healthcare workers. These healthcare workers include nurses, surgeons, physicians, dentists, pharmacists, and other healthcare employees.
This 14 percent is equivalent to a total of 981 patients as of Friday morning. However, 3,841 patients are not healthcare workers and another 2,032 patients have an unknown occupation.
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