Some issues exist with this state's data
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|Facility type||Resident cases||Resident deaths||Staff cases||Staff deaths||Staff & Resident cases||Staff & Resident deaths||Facilities impacted|
|Nursing home‘Lumped or other facilities’ shows data from states that have not broken down their data by facility type, so it might include data from nursing homes and assisted-living facilities. It also includes some congregate living facilities for older adults that are neither nursing homes nor assisted-living facilities. For each state’s lumped/other definition, please see the state’s specific notes.||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||13,625||556|
|Assisted-living facility‘Lumped or other facilities’ shows data from states that have not broken down their data by facility type, so it might include data from nursing homes and assisted-living facilities. It also includes some congregate living facilities for older adults that are neither nursing homes nor assisted-living facilities. For each state’s lumped/other definition, please see the state’s specific notes.||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||825||142|
New York reports long-term care data for Nursing Homes and Adult Care Facilities, which New York uses to describe Assisted Living Facilities. COVID Tracking Project puts Nursing Home data in the Nursing Home category and Adult Care Facility data in the Assisted Living Facility category in our dataset. New York reports cumulative data, but not outbreak data. New York provides facility-level data. New York reports resident and staff deaths combined. New York does not report resident and staff cases. New York’s data is cumulative since March 1, 2020.
New York provides cumulative totals for resident and staff deaths.
New York does not report outbreak data.
New York provides facility-level resident death data of Nursing Homes and Adult Care Facilities.
New York reports death data as COVID-19 confirmed and COVID-19 presumed. According to New York’s site, “In cases where a definite diagnosis of COVID–19 cannot be made, but it is suspected or likely (e.g., the circumstances are compelling within a reasonable degree of certainty), it is acceptable to report COVID–19 on a death certificate as ‘probable’ or ‘presumed.’”
- January 2021: At the end of January 2021, New York's nursing home death count surged when the state decided to start including residents of nursing homes who died outside of a facility, like in a hospital.
- February 4, 2021: New York reported an unusually high number of Adult Care Facilities.
The state provides facility-level cumulative data. The state does not provide facility-level outbreak data. Cumulative facility-level data was first reported by the state on 2020-06-04.
Because each state reports facility-level data differently, CTP has produced a number of scripts to make the dataset as standardized and comprehensive as possible. This state uses the following scripts: post_processing, standardize_data. More information on each of these scripts can be found in our Airtable Facility Script Annotations. (https://airtable.com/shr99Ep06cplrcVg6)