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Facility COVID-19 Cases in Carroll County, MD

Congregate Living Facility Cases

Total Facility Cases: 674 (+0 since 8/10)

Total facility fatalities: 125 (+0 since 8/10)

Active Facility Outbreaks

The data below includes all active outbreaks in congregate living facilities in Carroll County, MD with laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases.

Outbreaks that are no longer active (14 days since onset of last case), as well as outbreaks in facilities with fewer than 10 residents, are not listed as consistent with Maryland Department of Health (MDH) data, so the total facility cases above will be higher than the totals below. 

Data may be slightly different than that presented on the MDH facility list due to timing of reports. To view the MDH list, please visit: https://coronavirus.maryland.gov/pages/hcf-resources.

  Total # of Resident Cases

Total # of Staff Cases

Total # of Fatalities

Carroll

OOJ**

Birch Manor 68 4 2 21
Brinton Woods 37 2 4 9
Copper Ridge 8 3 1 2
Fairhaven 48 9 23 14
Lorien – Mt. Airy 14 7 11 0
Lorien – Taneytown 4 1 2 1
Pleasant View Nursing Home 88 20 27 31
Springfield Hospital Center 7 7 18 0
Westminster Healthcare Center 92 6 8
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**OOJ = Out of jurisdiction (not residing in Carroll County, therefore not counted in Carroll County totals)

  Carroll County Cases Total # of Fatalities
Central MD Correctional Facility 63 2

Cases include both residents and staff at this facility. The data we receive does not distinguish between residents and staff. The facility is working directly with the MD Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services; their data can be found here: https://news.maryland.gov/dpscs/covid-19/.

 

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For information on cases in Maryland, visit coronavirus.maryland.gov

State information from the Maryland Department of Health (MDH)

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U.S. Information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Global information from World Health Organization (WHO)

 

Carroll County’s COVID-19 call center line is 410-876-4848 and is open 8-5 , Monday-Friday. After hours, people can leave a message that will be returned the next business day. For hotline and website information in different counties, visit our County Health Department COVID-19 Hotlines and Websites Page