Long-term care facility data dashboard
This dashboard is no longer being updated. The last update was done January 4, 2022.
Older adults and people with disabilities who live in long term care facilities are at high risk for COVID-19 illness and death. The data below describes the impacts of COVID-19 on the residents and staff of Long Term Care Facilities licensed by the State Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS), including Skilled Nursing Facilities (nursing homes); Adult Family Homes and Assisted Living Facilities.
Cases and deaths are also occurring in other forms of senior housing not licensed by DSHS, including subsidized housing for people age 50+, Permanent Supportive Housing, and naturally occurring retirement communities (NORCs) and among people with disabilities living in Supportive Living Facilities (also licensed by DSHS).
- Download a list of Skilled Nursing and Assisted Living facilities that have experienced a confirmed COVID-19 outbreak (updated weekly)
- COVID-19 Testing Handbook for Assisted Living Facilities (PDF)
- Protecting residents in long-term care facilities – progress and challenges, Public Health Insider blog (May 13, 2020)
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