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COVID-19 cases at a Trumbull County nursing home are at 55 cases this week, and a Mahoning County facility is at 21 cases.

The Community Skilled Health Care Center nursing home on Mahoning Avenue NW in Warren has 25 patient cases and 30 staff cases this week, according to data from the Ohio Department of Health website.

A call to the nursing home on Friday asking to confirm the number of cases the facility has was not returned.

Three facilities in Trumbull County had between seven and 10 cases each two weeks ago, but two of them are back to zero cases this week.

The exception was the Liberty Health Care Center nursing home, which has 12 patient cases and no staff cases this week after having a combined total of seven cases two weeks ago.

A call to the establishment’s spokesperson was not returned.

The highest number of cases on Mahoning County’s list this week is 21 cases at Windsor House Omni Manor nursing home in Youngstown. It has 15 patient cases and six staff cases, according to data from the Ohio Department of Health. The property’s spokesperson did not return a call requesting confirmation of the numbers.

The Canfield Health Care Center nursing home in Youngstown has nine combined cases this week – six among patients and three among staff. A call was made to the facility on Friday morning regarding the numbers, but it was not returned.

The Briarfield Place nursing home in Boardman also has nine combined cases – five patient cases and four staff cases. A call to the establishment was also not returned.

The total number of cases among nursing homes and assisted living facilities across the state has remained similar in recent weeks.

The number of patient cases is 1,183 and staff cases are 1,274 this week.

Two weeks ago there were 1,167 patient cases and 1,185 staff cases two weeks ago.

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