MI CReSS Data Reports
Michigan COVID-19 Recovery Surveillance Study - October 2020
- Nearly a quarter (23.0%) of respondents waited more than a week to seek medical care
following COVID-19 symptom onset.
- At the time of survey completion, 26.2% of respondents had not recovered from COVID-19
to their usual state of health. Among those who had recovered, there was a wide range
in symptom duration, ranging from less than 1 week to 18 weeks.
- The COVID-19 outbreak worsened stress levels and mental health for 52.7% of respondents.
- When asked about challenges faced by themselves or their family members since the
pandemic began, nearly 60% reported experiencing a loss of employment or reduction
in hours worked and nearly 20% reported being unable to pay important bills.
- More than two-thirds (68.6%) of employed respondents had to physically report to work
following the "Stay Home, Stay Safe" executive order. Among employed respondents,
34.0% did not take sick leave during their COVID-19 illness.
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