(CBS DETROIT) – A new survey by the University of Michigan finds COVID-19 hit state healthcare and service workers especially hard at the pandemic’s start.

The survey recorded 3,000 Michigan adults before June 1, 2020.

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73% say they had a job when they tested positive for COVID-19, and of those that tested positive, 72% were physically reporting to work.

61% believe they were exposed to the virus while on the job.

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Healthcare workers report the highest risk, with 82% saying they know it came while on the job.

To view the complete study, visit here.

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