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|Facility type||Resident cases||Resident deaths||Staff cases||Staff deaths||Staff & Resident cases||Staff & Resident deaths||Facilities impacted|
|Lumped or other facilities‘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||18,697||2,481||2,185|
Washington reports long-term care COVID-19 data for Nursing Homes, Assisted Living Facilities and adult family homes. COVID Tracking Project puts all Nursing Homes, Assisted Living Facilities and adult family homes into the Lumped or Other category. WA reports cumulative data but not outbreak data. Data is cumulative since March 5, 2020. Washington does not report facility level data. Washington reports cumulative cases and deaths associated with outbreaks. Reported cases include residents, employees and visitors. Washington includes cases pending Local Health Jurisdiction confirmation for resident/staff cases. Washington does not report facility-level data. Washington does not provide current outbreak data, however, they do provide a definition for what opens an outbreak. Washington defines an outbreak as starting with one resident or healthcare worker with confirmed COVID-19, or one resident with severe respiratory infection resulting in hospitalization or death, or two or more residents or healthcare workers with new-onset respiratory symptoms consistent with COVID-19 within 72 hours of each other.
- May 5, 2020: Washington released a graphic representing long-term care data for cases and deaths from the time range of March 5-April 1, 2020 in a slideshow. CTP used this cumulative data until the next long-term care report was released on June 8, 2020.
- July 15, 2020: Washington reported a drop of 5 deaths from the previous CTP data collection.
- September 3, 2020: Washington did not update LTC totals. Last week's numbers are carried over.
- December 23, 2020: Resident/staff cases and deaths carried over from previous week.
- January 21, 2021: Resident/staff cases and deaths carried over from January 7, 2021.
- February 4, 2021: Washington added cases that 'are likely associated'. CTP will proceed to report these as probable cases.
- February 25, 2021: Washington did not update LTC data. Resident/staff cases and deaths carried over from February 18, 2021.
The state does not provide facility-level data.