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Trumbull sees spike in nursing home cases

Numbers remain high in Mahoning

The number of COVID-19 cases spiked at Trumbull County nursing homes and assisted-living facilities this week, while Mahoning County saw continued high numbers.

Columbiana County facilites saw little change.

Area long-term-care facilities such as nursing homes have been on an upswing in cases for several weeks.

That continued this week for Mahoning County facilities. After 14 facilities had at least three patient or staff cases last week, there were 17 such facilities this week.

Ivy Woods Manor nursing home in North Lima, however, had 36 patient cases and four staff cases last week but now has zero patient cases and two staff cases, according to the Ohio Department of Health website.

The big increase was in Trumbull County, which had three facilities with at least three patient and staff cases last week but has nine such facilities this week.

Continuing Healthcare at the Ridge nursing home in Mineral Ridge was not on the list last week but this week has 23 patient cases and three staff cases.

Lake Vista nursing home in Cortland saw an increase of 15 staff members with the virus this week. It has four patient cases and now 21 staff cases.

As a state, patient cases rose again this week compared to last week. Patient cases were at 3,439 last week and are at 4,096 this week. The number of staff cases also rose — from 2,556 last week to 2,907 this week.

Deaths at area nursing homes and assisted-living facilities rose this week. Mahoning has 202 deaths, up one from last week. Trumbull County has 80 deaths, up one. And Columbiana County has 59 deaths, up two.

The Ohio Department of Health says deaths at long-term-care facilities such as nursing homes have made up 80 percent of the total COVID-19 deaths in Mahoning County since April 15. Only five other counties in the state have a higher percentage.

The percentage is 59 for Trumbull County, 65.6 for Columbiana County.

The number of virus cases at Trumbull Correctional Institution in Leavittsburg dropped this week from six to two. But the state announced that TCI corrections officer Mark Jones died from the virus. In all of Ohio’s prisons, seven staff members have died.

The number inmates at the Northeast Ohio Correctional Center on Hubbard Road in Youngstown with the virus continued to be zero this week. No staff members have died at that facility from the virus.

By the numbers

Only facilities with three or more cases are listed. The “total” cases listed below are the total number the facility has had since April 15.

SOURCE: Ohio Department of Health

Mahoning County

• Austintown Healthcare nursing home — 10 patient cases, 6 staff cases; total of 40 patient cases, 24 staff cases.

• Austinwoods assisted living, Austintown — 3 patient cases, 0 staff cases; total of 8 patient cases, 1 staff cases.

• Austinwoods nursing home, Austintown — 4 patient cases, 2 staff cases; total of 38 patient cases, 23 staff cases.

• Briarfield Manor nursing home, Austintown — 24 patient cases, 14 staff cases; total 49 patient cases, 36 staff cases.

• Caprice Healthcare nursing home, North Lima — 3 patient cases, 3 staff cases; total 33 patient cases, 18 staff cases.

• Continuing Healthcare of Boardman nursing home — 0 patient cases, 3 staff cases; total of 0 patient cases, 3 staff cases.

• Crandall Medical Center assisted living, Sebring — 11 patient cases, 11 staff cases; total of 20 patient cases, 34 staff cases.

• Dandridge Burgundi Manor nursing home, Youngstown — 1 patient case, 2 staff cases; total of 1 patient case, 4 staff cases.

• Hampton Woods nursing home, Poland — 7 patient cases, 3 staff cases; total of 17 patient cases, 10 staff cases.

• Humility House nursing home, Austintown — 1 patient case, 4 staff cases; total of 36 patient cases, 38 staff cases.

• Inn at Poland Way assisted living — 3 patient cases, 2 staff cases; total of 6 patient cases, 8 staff cases.

• Marian Living Center assisted living, North Lima — 3 patient cases, 2 staff cases; total of 10 patient cases, 10 staff cases.

• Masternick Memorial nursing home, New Middltown — 0 patient cases, 3 staff cases; total of 52 patient cases, 35 staff cases.

• Park Vista Retirement Home nursing home, Youngstown — 3 patient cases, 0 staff cases; total of 32 patient cases, 11 staff cases.

• The Assumption Village nursing home, North Lima — 3 patient cases, 4 staff cases; total of 27 patient cases, 40 staff cases.

• Windsor House at Omni Manor, Youngstown — 2 patient cases, 1 staff case; total of 79 patient cases, 39 staff cases.

• Woodlands Center for Rehabilitation nursing home, Poland — 1 patient case, 2 staff cases; total of 1 patient case, 2 staff cases.

Trumbull County

• Addison Healthcare Center nursing home, Masury — 4 patient cases, 1 staff case; total of 40 patient cases, 27 staff cases.

• Community Skilled Nursing Care nursing home, Warren — 4 patient cases, 2 staff cases; total of 39 patient cases, 20 staff cases.

• Continuing Healthcare at the Ridge nursing home, Mineral Ridge — 23 patient cases, 3 staff cases; total of 89 patient cases, 30 staff cases.

• O’Brien nursing home, Masury — 1 patient case, 2 staff cases; total of 31 patient cases, 12 staff cases.

• Ohio Living Lake Vista nursing home in Cortland — 4 patient cases, 21 staff cases; total of 14 patient cases, 41 staff cases.

• Shepherd of the Valley Howland nursing home — 0 patient cases, 5 staff cases; total of 12 patient cases, 6 staff cases.

• Shepherd of the Valley Liberty, formerly Niles — 1 patient case, 3 staff cases; total of 7 patient cases, 19 staff cases.

• Windsor House at Liberty (Township) Health Care Center nursing home — 3 patient cases, 2 staff cases; total of 49 patient cases, 24 staff cases.

• Windsor House of Champion nursing home — 0 patient cases, 4 staff cases; total of 27 patient cases, 24 staff cases.

Columbiana County

• Salem North nursing home — 4 patient cases and 1 staff cases; total of 76 patient cases and 17 staff cases.

• Salem West nursing home — 1 patient case, 7 staff cases; total of 77 patient cases, 17 staff cases.

SOURCE: Ohio Department of Health

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