4,375 Confirmed Cases of COVID-19 and 471 Deaths in Maryland Nursing Homes, Assisted Living Facilities, Rehabilitation Centers and Jails

April 29, 2020

Nursing homes in Maryland account for just over half of the deaths caused by the coronavirus pandemic, according to new data released Tuesday evening by the Maryland Department of Health.

There were 4,406 coronavirus cases in the state’s nursing homes Tuesday, and the facilities account for 471 of Maryland’s coronavirus deaths. That means more than one in five of the state’s 20,113 confirmed cases as of Tuesday are attributed to nursing homes. The state’s total confirmed deaths related to the COVID-19 illness caused by the virus stand at 929.

Note: This dataset reflects congregate living facilities in Maryland (i.e., nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and group homes with 10 or more occupants) that have confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths. Data are based on facility reports to MDH, which may be revised if additional information becomes available. Facilities listed report at least one confirmed case of COVID-19.

Governor Larry Hogan directed the Maryland Department of Health (MDH) to take the necessary steps to publish data related to COVID-19 cases and fatalities associated with nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and other facilities providing congregate living for residents. Below, you can see all numbers of COVID-19 Confirmed cases and deaths Maryland has provided are as of Wednesday, April 29, 2020 at 10:30 a.m.

Affected Facilities