Sick notes up 22% Q4 – INPS

Weird Italy e55308aa9f79519bd592a75d472bb3c7 Sick notes up 22% Q4 - INPS What happened in Italy today

(ANSA) – ROME, FEB 23 – The number of sick notes filed to
employers in Italy rose 22% in the fourth quarter of last year
due to COVID-19, pensions and social security agency INPS said
Tuesday.
    In total, they were 7,155,050, up from 5,864,193 in the same
quarter of 2019.
    “The increase is probably due to the impact of the second wave
of COVID-19”, INPS said.
    The rise was more marked in the private sector, up 25.6%, than
in the public sector, up 11.2%. (ANSA).
   

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