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54 residents at 6 nursing homes in Johnson County have died from COVID-19

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Posted at 4:39 PM, May 05, 2020
and last updated 2020-05-05 16:39:39-04

JOHNSON COUNTY — The Johnson County Health Department reported Tuesday that 54 residents at six different nursing homes in the county have died from COVID-19.

In all, more than 270 nursing home residents have also tested positive for the virus within the county.

Two nursing homes in the county account for 210 positive cases and 40 deaths. Greenwood Meadows reported 103 positive resident cases and 14 deaths as of Tuesday morning and Greenwood Healthcare reported 107 positive residents and 26 resident deaths.

It is unclear if all of the deaths reported by the Johnson County Health Department for long-term care facilities are included in the information released Monday by the Indiana State Department of Health. According to the latest ISDH figures, 420 nursing home residents have died from COVID-19 across the state of Indiana. Nursing home residents currently account for more than 30% of all COVID-19 deaths in the state.

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The Johnson County Health Department released the following information regarding all cases of COVID-19 at long-term care facilities in the county as of Tuesday:

Otterbein Senior Living

  • 48 positive residents
  • 10 resident deaths

Greenwood Meadows

  • 103 positive residents
  • 14 resident deaths

Greenwood Healthcare

  • 107 positive residents
  • 26 resident deaths

Compass Park

  • 3 positive residents
  • 1 resident death

The Hearth at Stones Crossing

  • 7 positive residents
  • 1 resident death

Morning Pointe

  • 3 positive residents
  • 2 resident deaths

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