COVID-19 Risks and Impacts Among Health Care Workers by Race/Ethnicity
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States reporting COVID-19 cases among health care workers include: AL, AR, CO, GA, ID, MA, MN, NH, OH, OK, OR, SC, UT, VT, VA, and WA. Dates for which cases are reported through vary across states. Total cases among Colorado health care workers includes confirmed COVID-19 cases among staff in any health care setting, based on active and resolved outbreak data.