COVID-19 Long-Term Care Facilities

Nursing homes are required to report positive COVID-19 cases to the Department of Health. The Department is working with each individual facility to increase testing of residents with and without symptoms; to minimize infection; and to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

The greatest risk for nursing homes is COVID-19 spreading within facilities and among vulnerable residents. A nursing home with residents who have tested positive for the illness is not a threat to the general public.

The Department is following recent CMS requirements and only certified adult care facilities are required to report the information in this report.

This information is as complete and accurate as possible. It will be reported weekly on Wednesdays. In addition, the Department is sharing aggregate totals for other adult residential facilities, which are not certified. This information will be shared on Wednesdays through a Department news release.

Nursing Home Deaths by Race

%NH Deaths

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Nursing Home Visitation Questions/Answers

Nursing Home Report

Other Adult Residential Facilities

As of 04/07/2021: (There are no updates to the adult residential outbreak or the MIS-C numbers.)

  • 1904 COVID cases have been reported among residents of other adult residential facilities
  • 232 COVID deaths have been reported among residents of other adult residential facilities
  • 209 other adult residential facilities have reported at least one COVID case (among residents or staff)