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UPDATE: 13th death announced at Jackson County nursing home

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Published: Apr. 17, 2020 at 2:29 PM EDT
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Update May 21st

Officials with the Cumberland Valley District Health Department say a 13th resident has died at Jackson Manor.

The woman who died is 93-years-old. This comes after more than two weeks of no new deaths reported at the facility.

The department also announced one person in Clay County has recovered.

Update May 6th

12 people have now died from COVID-19 complications at a Jackson County nursing home.

Officials with the Cumberland Valley District Health Department said she was an 89-year-old woman, and was a resident of Jackson Manor.

There were no new cases announced in the district Wednesday.

In a statement from Signature HealthCARE, five residents have also recovered.

Update May 5th

Health officials at the Cumberland Valley District Health Department confirmed two more deaths at a Jackson County nursing home Tuesday.

Both people - a 70-year-old woman and a 95-year-old woman - were residents at Jackson Manor in Annville.

Eleven people have died since the virus was first reported at the facility.

No new cases were reported.

Update May 4th

A ninth person at Jackson Manor has died from COVID-19 related issues.

The woman who died was a 59-year-old resident at the Jackson County nursing home. 40 residents there have tested positive.

The Cumberland Valley Health Department, which covers Clay, Jackson and Rockcastle Counties, also announced a new case out of Rockcastle County, a 77-year-old female.

Update May 3rd

Health officials confirm one more resident from Jackson Manor has tested positive for COVID-19. This brings Jackson County's total to 59.

As of Sunday, no new deaths were reported from the nursing facility.

No new cases were reported out of Rockcastle or Clay Counties.

Update May 1st

An eighth resident at Jackson Manor is dead from the coronavirus.

The Cumberland Valley District Health Department made the announcement Friday.

Health officials said the resident was a 67-year-old woman.

The health department also gave an update of the number of cases in Jackson and Rockcastle Counties.

Total cases: 58

Total deaths: 8

Total currently hospitalized: 1

Total recovered: 20

Jackson Manor cases: 52

Jackson Manor resident cases: 39 total cases, 1 hospitalized, 8 deaths and four recovered

Jackson Manor staff cases: 13 cases, 12 recovered

Rockcastle County

Total Cases: 13

Total Recovered: 12

Update 4/30

Four residents of a nursing home in Jackson County have covered from COVID-19, according to the Cumberland Valley District Health Department.

This is the second day there have been no new deaths or cases in Jackson, Clay, or Rockcastle Counties.

As of now, there are 71 total cases in the district. 22 have recovered, and there have been seven deaths at Jackson Manor.

Update 4/28

The Cumberland Valley District Health Department is reporting the seventh coronavirus-related death at a nursing home in Jackson County.

Health officials announced the death of a 94-year-old man who was a resident at Jackson Manor in Annville.

Jackson County remains the largest hotspot in the

WYMT

viewing area, with 58 positive cases.

Most of those positive tests are connected to residents and staff members at Jackson Manor.

As of 4:00 pm, April 28th, we are saddened to report our 7th COVID-19 related death today. The individual, a 94 year old...

Posted by Cumberland Valley District Health Department on Tuesday, April 28, 2020
Update 4/27

Cumberland Valley District Health Department officials confirm that Jackson County has one more case of COVID-19 as of Monday.

The patient is a staff member at Jackson Manor nursing facility.

Jackson County now has 58 cases of the novel coronavirus. 12 people have recovered and six people have died due to complications from the virus.

Update 4/25

Health officials confirm that a sixth person has died from complications relating to COVID-19.

The person is an 88-year-old female who was a resident of Jackson Manor.

As of Saturday, there are no new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Jackson County. The county's total number of confirmed cases stands at 57.

Update 4/24

The Cumberland Valley District Health Department announced Friday that a fifth person has died due to COVID-19.

A 79-year-old female who was also a resident of Jackson Manor died.

There is also one new confirmed COVID-19 case in Jackson County. This is not related to Jackson Manor. There are six cases not related to Jackson Manor.

The health department also said one person in Jackson County, not related to Jackson Manor, has recovered. Another person in Rockcastle County has also recovered from COVID-19.

Update 4/23

Wednesday afternoon the Cumberland Valley District Health Department announced one additional case of COVID-19 at a Jackson County nursing home.

The new case is an employee at the nursing home.

There have been four deaths at the nursing home and 11 people have recovered.

Update 4/20

Officials from the Cumberland Valley District Health Department confirmed a fourth COVID-19 related death in Jackson County.

The person who died was a resident at the Jackson Manor nursing home.

As of Monday, there are 55 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus in Jackson County. 50 of those cases are out of the nursing home, 39 being residents and 11 staff members.

Ten of the staff members have recovered, and four residents are being hospitalized.

Update 4/18

Cumberland Valley District Health Department officials reported at third death in Jackson County on Saturday.

Officials said an 85-year-old woman died. She was a resident at the Jackson Manor nursing home.

Other details are not being released because of medical privacy laws.

Original Story

Officials with the Cumberland Valley District Health Department confirmed a second death in Jackson County on their Facebook page Friday afternoon.

We're told it was an 85-year-old man who was a resident at the Jackson Manor nursing home. He is the second death at the facility, where

residents and staff have already tested positive for the virus.

In addition to the death, the health department also reported four new cases in the county today.

As of 12:00 pm today, we are saddened to report our second COVID-19 related death. The individual was a 85-year-old male...

Posted by Cumberland Valley District Health Department on Friday, April 17, 2020

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