Overall, though, "Our survey found stay-at-home orders have had only a 1 percent negative productivity impact on those working from home," the company said.
"Parents have a slightly bigger productivity hit of 2 percent on average, but the folks that really were hit were those who were working alone without anybody else in their house to talk to," said Valoir CEO Rebecca Wettemann, Yahoo! reported.
As of Wednesday afternoon, the Florida Department of Health is reporting 158,997 total cases of coronavirus, with 14,825 hospitalizations and 3,650 deaths as a result. Single-day COVID-19 cases in Florida have surged as of late, hitting a record 9,552 cases on June 26.
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