|Facility type||Resident cases||Resident deaths||Staff cases||Staff deaths|
|Long-term care facility Cumulative||7,173||1,144||3,705||N/A|
|Long-term care facility Outbreak||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
Alabama reports long-term care data. The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) defines Long Term Care (LTC) as prolonged care of residents in licensed institutions and/or organized departments within a licensed institution where the average length of resident stay is 25 days or longer.
Totals are cumulative since the first case of COVID-19 was reported in Alabama on March 13, 2020. Data on cases and staff are reported separately. No data on deaths is reported. Data is updated daily.
June 24, 2020: 412 cumulative resident deaths reported by ADPH by email to CTP
July 2, 2020: 488 cumulative resident deaths reported by ADPH by email to CTP. This data is carried over until August 6, 2020.
August 13, 2020: 732 cumulative resident deaths were reported by ADPH by email to CTP. September 24, 2020: 931 cumulative deaths were reported by the ADPH to CTP via email. October 1, 2020: 936 deaths in residents of Long Term Care (LTC) were reported to CTP by the Alabama Department of Health via email. October 8, 2020: Cumulative resident deaths is carried over from October 1, 2020. ADPH didn't send CTP an update of current cumulative residents deaths.
October 29, 2020: 1,022 cumulative resident deaths were reported by the ADPH to CTP via email.
November 19, 2020: 1,144 cumulative resident deaths were reporting by the ADPH to CTP via email.