List of nursing home and assisted living facility deaths due to Covid-19 as of January 12, 2021. Both residents and healthcare worker deaths are counted. From the New York Times, updated March 31, 2021.
Look up your nursing home to see how many confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths occurred among residents and staff as of January 3, 2021. CMS (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services) reports that nearly 523,000 nursing home resident confirmed cases have occurred nursing homes. Some nursing homes may not have reported data yet. The nursing homes that did report also indicated 102,000 Covid deaths had occurred. More than 448,000 staff have also contracted Covid. The report is expected to be updated weekly. Scroll down to “Related Content Using this Data”. or use the filter in the Nursing Home Dataset , using the name of the facility. You must click on Apply, in order for the filter to work. Not user-friendly.
Additionally, CMS conducted special surveys on over 15,000 nursing homes as of November 20 (all but 7 of more than 15,300 of US nursing homes.) The targeted inspection reports on nursing homes are not available for reading, but key statistics may be in the nursing home profiles in the Dataset. Published by the federal government.
Discover the COVID-19 case count numbers by state, and total for the United States. This quick summary table by KFF (Kaiser Family Foundation) shows number of coronavirus cases, deaths and vaccinations by state. Updated most weeks in 2021. Cases have decreased by 8.5% in the past two weeks. However, over 60% of states are reporting increases. As of September 17, the top five states for recent daily Covid cases per million population were West Virginia, Tennessee, Alaska, South Carolina, and Kentucky. Florida and Texas are currently experiencing over 11,000 and 16,000 new cases per day, respectively. The national test positivity rate is at 8.7%. Washington and Idaho are the highest at 95% and 21% positivity, respectively. Select data table. Ten (10) states still have rates under 45% for percent of population who are fully vaccinated. Deaths in long term care facilities (nursing homes and assisted living facilities) represented 31% of total deaths, and 1,469,000 cases as of June 30, 2021. Total long term care deaths in the states and DC neared 187,000. Over 35,000 long term care facilities had Covid cases; New York is the only state reporting LTC deaths but not cases.
Fast Facts by American Health Care Association (AHCA) shows a few characteristics in aggregate on 15,655 skilled nursing facilities in the US (June 2015). Brief sketch only. A more detailed publication (also 2015) from the federal HHS, the Nursing Home Data Compendium 2015, is also available (not linked above). Perhaps a more useful chart is the one showing the big drop in nursing home occupancy due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Occupancy trend line is shown from the beginning of January 2020 to September 2021. Nursing home occupancy dropped from 80% to 67.5% in early January 2021. It has since regained some ground to 72.3% September 5, 2021.