Update on Nursing Home Resident Cases and Deaths in Orange County, Los Angeles County, Riverside County, and San Bernardino County from COVID-19/Coronavirus.
Those who are 65 or older and those with underlying health conditions are the most vulnerable to COVID-19/Coronavirus. It is estimated by the World Health Organization that approximately 20% of individuals who are 65 or older and those with underlying health conditions have severe reactions to COVID-19 that may lead to hospitalization, delayed recovery, and occasionally death. It is important to follow the official orders and guidance of health officials, which will help to protect all of us, especially those who are the most vulnerable in the community.
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Total Cases: 3,557 (337 Cases in Residents from a Skilled Nursing Facility)
Total Deaths: 76 (17 Deaths in Residents from a Skilled Nursing Facility)
Los Angeles County:
Total Cases: 32,258 (5,135 Cases in Residents from Nursing Homes and 2,490 Cases in Staff from Nursing Homes)
Total Deaths: 1,569 (745 Deaths from Nursing Home Settings)
Total Cases:5,189 (507 Cases in Residents from a Long-Term Care Facility and 266 Cases in Staff from a Long-Term Care Facility)
Total Deaths: 217 (150 Deaths from persons over age 65)
San Bernardino County:
Total Cases: 3,015 (397 Cases in Residents from Nursing Homes and 178 Cases in Staff from Nursing Homes)
Total Deaths: 115 (66 Death from a Nursing Home Setting)
Statistics are provided as of the information known as of May 11, 2020.