Long-term care facility data dashboard
Updated weekly on Tuesdays
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 (last updated 6/27)
- 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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