Absenteeism rates for morbidity NHS Their employees England It has increased, indicating the impact of the second wave of Covid-19 on health workers.
Official figures showed last December absenteeism rates in England were 5.1%, compared to 4.9% the previous month.
Union leaders said there are high levels of absenteeism due to stress, anxiety and damage to mental health after last year’s challenges.
The number of full-time equivalent days lost due to coronavirus reached 164,641 days in October, rising to 286,592 days in November and 362,774 in December.
Covid was responsible for 9.5% of FTE days lost to disease in October, 15.6% in November and 18.4% in December.