Updated School-By-School and Nursing Home Coronavirus Case Lists

Connecticut released its first batch of public school-by-school coronavirus data which showed there have been 459 recorded staff cases and 1,061 student cases in public and private schools between the beginning of September and end of October.

Below are school-by-school coronavirus cases from the state Department of Education. The case figures are only from the past week. The education department reports exact case counts over six. Schools with case counts between one and five are reported as “<6”.

The education department also notes the data will be updated weekly each Thursday. 

Connecticut School Submission Summary

MeasureTotalChangeDirectionDifference From Previous WeekPercent Change from Previous WeekDate Updated
Total New Staff Cases Reported130+252410/29/2020
Total New Student Cases Reported250+19810/29/2020
Student Cases by Learning Model
In Person810010/29/2020

School-by-School Coronavirus Case List

Nursing Homes and Assisted Living Facilities Data

Connecticut is focused on reducing the impact of Coronavirus on our most vulnerable populations. That is why the state requires every nursing home and assisted living facility to report data on COVID-19 within their facilities.

Here are the latest sets of data from those facilities. If a facility is not listed in these documents, that means it is reporting to the state that it does not have any residents who have tested positive for COVID-19.

These reports are released once per week, usually on Thursdays.

These datasets are also available on the state’s Open Data portal: Nursing Homes / Assisted Living Facilities

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Assisted Living Facilities

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