The following documents are updated lists of every nursing home and assisted living facility in Connecticut with residents who have tested positive for COVID-19, along with corresponding data regarding the number of related fatalities among residents in each facility.
There have been 1,228 confirmed deaths among nursing home residents attributed to the new coronavirus in Connecticut, according to the latest weekly update released Thursday by Gov. Ned Lamont. That’s an increase of 270 fatalities from last week’s report.
There were another 399 “probable” deaths due to the virus.
The total number of confirmed positive coronavirus cases inside Connecticut nursing homes is 6,008 residents. Last week, the state reported that 4,814 residents were infected with the virus.
At assisted living facilities in Connecticut, there are 448 residents of these facilities who are confirmed positive for COVID-19, down from the 558 in last week’s report. Another 58 “probably” have been infected, according to the latest round of numbers from the state.
The data was reported to the state by each of the nursing homes and assisted living facilities. These lists are updated on a weekly basis.
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