Responding to COVID-19

COVID-19 Status

at CESLC

Residence

Capacity

Residents Tested Negative

Residents Tested Positive

Recovered Residents

Deceased Residents

Team Members Tested Positive 

Team Members Tested Negative 

Team Members Who Have Returned to Work

Cohen-Rosen House

18

17

0

0

0

2

21

2

Hebrew Home of Greater Washington – Wasserman Residence

274

278

19

13

5

40

481

33

Hebrew Home of Greater Washington – Smith-Kogod Residence

282

223

76

55

23

31

245

28

Landow House

60

36

0

0

0

2

60

1

Revitz House

250

0

0

0

0

1

27

1

Ring House

250

20

6

0

3

1

76

0

Table shows cumulative totals from the beginning of the pandemic. Data reflects residents and patients test results updates as of midnight 8/6/2020. Revitz House and Ring House resident data is based on self-reporting.

Update on COVID-19 Testing at CESLC

In mid-May, all residents at Hebrew Home of Greater Washington, Landow House and Cohen-Rosen House, as well as 888 team members across campus, were tested for COVID-19 as part of Governor Hogan’s plan for one-time, universal coronavirus testing at all nursing homes and assisted living facilities in Maryland.

Recently, the Governor announced a new requirement for weekly retesting of skilled nursing homes and assisted living facilities staff. Therefore, each week team members at HHGW, Landow House and Cohen-Rosen House will be tested for COVID-19. We will continue to update our website daily to reflect the results of our weekly testing.

The data in the COVID-19 status dashboard includes positive and negative test results for residents, the number who have recovered from their illness and the number of deaths attributed to COVID-19. We are also sharing positive and negative test results for our team members, as well as how many have returned to work after quarantining and recovering.