COVID-19 Vaccine Access for People with Disabilities

Appendix Table 1: State-Reported Data On COVID-19 Cases and Deaths In Settings Serving People With Disabilities,
as of February 11th, 2021
State Settings Included Resident Cases Staff Cases Resident and/or Staff Cases Resident Deaths Staff Deaths Resident and/or Staff Deaths Settings with Outbreaks Date
31 states 49,696 36,273 25,023 4,810 90 1,625 5,603
(24 states) (22 states) (7 states) (20 states) (12 states) (6 states) (20 states)
California1 Adult residential facilities, substance use disorder facilities, mental health facilities 2,564 1,818 89 11 101 8-Feb
Colorado Facilities for people with developmental disabilities, group homes, alcohol/drug abuse treatment centers, rehab, psychiatric hospitals 491 842 15 1 117 10-Feb
Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services state-operated inpatient facilities 142 377 10-Feb
District of Columbia Saint Elizabeth’s Hospital (psychiatric hospital); Department of Disability Services 100 231 401 16 1 46 10-Feb
Florida2 Group homes; mental health treatment facilities 637 519 30 464 4-Feb
Georgia3 Personal care homes; Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities hospitals 4,293 3,588 703 3 357 10-Feb
Illinois4 DDD Community Integrated Living Arrangements, Residential and hospital facilities for I/DD and mental health needs; group homes 3,161 2,204 66 11 178 11-Feb
Indiana Psychiatric hospitals 135 307 5 5-Feb
Kansas Group living 795 12 65 8-Feb
Kentucky3 Personal care homes; Behavioral Health, Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities Hospitals 1,338 1,295 123 86 9-Feb
Louisiana3 Adult residential facilities 1,886 219 207 10-Feb
Maryland5 State and local psychiatric and mental health facilities 321 509 6 2 10-Feb
Michigan Adult foster care 2,429 2,035 489 30 2-Feb
Minnesota Group homes, adult foster care, residential behavioral health 3,385 3,649 93 2,360 11-Feb
Mississippi5 Residential care facilities 205 13 10-Feb
Missouri Department of Mental Health facilities 464 1,741 12 5 11-Feb
Montana Group home, mental health facilities 129 15 5-Feb
Nevada Behavioral inpatient, forensic psychiatric 250 364 3 1 11-Feb
New Jersey State psychiatric hospitals 332 935 14 7 4 10-Feb
New York6 Adult care facilities 219 83 4-Feb
North Carolina3 Residential care facilities & ICFs 19,159 1,100 338 10-Feb
North Dakota3 Basic care facilities 238 297 62 4-Feb
Ohio ICFs 1,195 1,306 4-Feb
Oregon I/DD foster homes, group homes, supported living, in-home services 489 806 19 8-Feb
Pennsylvania7 Personal care homes, state centers, state hospitals 10,778 7,059 1,535 687 9-Feb
South Carolina Community residential care facility, ICFs, residential treatment facilities for children and adolescents 3,190 2,246 373 11 304 7-Feb
Texas ICFs, HCBS settings, state supported living centers, state hospitals 4,817 2,805 143 10-Feb
Utah8 Group living 2,403 29 117 10-Feb
Virginia Adult Daycare, group homes, behavioral health facility 250 15 5-Feb
Washington Supported living, state operated living alternatives, group homes/group training homes, companion homes, ICFs, and licensed staffed residential programs 668 1,340 32 7 38 5-Feb
Wisconsin HCBS Waiver Program – home-based care, adult family homes, community based residential facilities, residential care apartment complexes, group residential 8,074 1,036 9-Feb
NOTES: Data was collected on 2/11/2021. “Resident and/or staff” counts indicate counts where state did not specify whether reported values included residents and/or staff. Relevant state reports can be accessed via hyperlinks in state names. Some state names may reflect multiple hyperlinks. 1 Censored values were imputed with 5.5 to calculate CA state totals. 2 Includes residents transferred out of group homes. 3 May include settings that serve seniors 4 Group home outbreaks reflect outbreaks after July 10th. 5 Additional relevant settings may be included in overall LTC data, but are not severable, so are not reflected here. 6 Presumed and confirmed deaths.7 Censored values were imputed with 2.5 to calculate PA state totals. 8 UT reports only active outbreaks in ICFs, so there is not enough information to report this data.
SOURCE: KFF review of state-reported data on cases and deaths in settings serving people with disabilities.
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